IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE | ASL INTERPRETED
adapted by Joe Landry
Celebrate the Holiday Season with this beloved American classic. This heartwarming story of renewal is presented as a 1940’s radio broadcast with sound effects performed live on stage. With the help of an ensemble and an angel named Clarence, George Bailey learns the million different ways that we are tied to those around us.
In partnership with Pine Tree Society, Portland Stage is pleased to offer an ASL-interpreted performance of It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play on Sunday, December 8th at 12pm. As such, please note that there will be interpreters seated in front of the stage, house right, for the duration of this performance.
Seating for ASL-interpreted performances is located in the orchestra, house right. A limited number of complimentary tickets are available via Pine Tree Society, and advance reservations are required. Please contact Tim Wilbur at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-386-5974 to reserve seats.
For more information about Pine Tree Society, visit www.pinetreesociety.org.