** Request for seating
in House Right area to be able to view interpreters. **
Boldly innovative, devastatingly witty, and wholly
thought-provoking, Tribes is a brilliant new play fresh
off its debut run in New York City. The 2012 Winner of the Drama Desk Award for
Outstanding Play, Tribes is a stunning examination of
our human nature and how we interact with one another. The play focuses on
a young family with a son who is deaf, raised without knowledge of sign
language. It isn’t until he meets Sylvia, a woman who is slowly losing her
hearing, that he learns of the extended family he has in the Deaf community.
Touching, beautiful with just the right of amount heart, Tribes is
a surprisingly refreshing look at how we align ourselves within this world,
whether we realize it or not.
This show is verbally, sexually, and
culturally charged. It is meant for mature audiences only.
ASU student starts Deaf and Hearing Network, set to broadcast in January
When Peyton Gallovich was a freshman at ASU,she had a dream one night that she bought out the Oprah Winfrey Network and started her own television network. Her network, however featured news, sitcoms and children’s shows that were done entirely in sign language.
Now, as a journalism sophomore, she is seeing her dream come to life with the creation of Deaf and Hearing Network, a news outlet accessible for the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing alike. DHN is set to make its first broadcast available in January.
The Gallaudet Bison football team may have been defeated by Hobart College (7-34),
but Bison Nation has a lot to be proud of: a 9-1 record, winning the first-ever Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) championship, competing in the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time in school history, and receiving a ton of attention from the national media.