A Westside Experiment—Young Actor's Laboratory at IRT Theater

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A Westside Experiment—Young Actor's Laboratory at IRT Theater
Lee Wexler

Through a special contract with
the John F. Kennedy Center of the Arts, downtown’s IRT Theater is
back this summer for highly original productions created by deaf, hard- of-hearing and hearing-abled
tweens and teens. Deaf campers collaborate with hearing students
of all experience levels who are interested in learning sign language and wish to partake in an innovative ensemble experience. Besides acting, improvisation and script writing, participants use mime, spoken
word, dance, music and inventive storytelling to stage a production that offers a glimpse into the possibilities of theater when certain presumptions of point of view and language are left at the stage door. Ages 12–18. 

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Venue name: A Westside Experiment—Young Actor's Laboratory at IRT Theater
Contact:
Address: 154 Christopher St
New York
10014
Cross street: between Greenwich and Washington Sts
Transport: Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq; A, B, C, D, E, F, M to W 4 St
Price: July 3–8, 10–15: Mon–Sat 9am–3pm; $600/ week, tuition assistance available for deaf and hearing impaired students.
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