ASL-Interpreted Performances

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October 27, 2021 | By Jenny

ASL-Interpreted Performances

Since March of 2020, the Mainstage at Asheville Community Theatre has been dark for live, in-person performances. But the lights are coming back up after this long intermission. This month, we will open its 76th season with Clue, a comedy based on the cult classic movie (and the board game)!

Asheville Community Theatre will offer an ASL-Interpreted performance of Clue on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 7:30 pm. ASL interpreters will be located near the stage, and seating has been reserved for Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons in order to give the best sight lines to follow the interpretation and the action on stage.

An ASL-Interpreted performance will be offered for each of our 2021-22 Mainstage season shows. Dates will be announced for Fight Girl Battle World, The Giver, and [title of show] shortly.

Audience members for all performances are required to wear masks throughout the performance. ACT has reduced the capacity of their seating to 150, and seats have been blocked throughout the audience to provide social distancing between patrons. No concessions will be sold. More information on ACT’s COVID policies can be found here.

About Clue: Clue opens in a manor house where preparations are being made for a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well … dead. So whodunnit? Miss Scarlet, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Colonel Mustard race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Clue is a fast-paced comedy that keeps people guessing until the final twist.

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