Don't forget. Tomorrow night!
Sign Stage on Tour is a Deaf theater company that creates and performs deaf theater adaptations of main stream children's stories.
Don't forget. Tomorrow night!
This is the latest from SignStage. We rehearsed a stage play and then taped it. We couldn't have a live audience. If you would like... please share this on your personal page.
Update. March 23, 2021: For those of you who follow this page. We have a performance planned for sometime after September 2021. We're still working out the technical details but there will be a performance this Fall. With the whole covid debacle, we may not be allowed a live audience. We may need to record, edit and THEN broadcast the performance. THAT might also mean adjusting exactly WHAT we perform. Stay tuned, we're gonna need actors who want to perform in ASL. AND... voicers to voice for our deaf actors. As always, if you've never learned ASL but would like to be part of this amazing experience, that part never changes. You'll be welcome to join our cast. It's the "how" and "when" that will need adjusted to fit our current social environment. We still love you all! Stay tuned! The Morgan
CHILDREN’S DRAWING ART CONTEST
Grades K-4; 5-8; 9-12
OHIO DEAF HISTORY MONTH MARCH 13-APRIL 15, 2021
Encourage all kinds of art mediums (watercolor, paint, etc)
THE WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON MARCH 13th
ON FACEBOOK: “OHIO CITIZENS FOR DEAF CULTURES” GROUP. THE WINNERS’ ARTWORK AND NAME WILL BE PRINTED ON NOTECARDS. THE WINNERS WILL
RECEIVE AN AWARD CERTIFICATION.
To help raise funds for OCDC.
DEADLINE on March 7th, 2021
THE ARTWORK with your name, ages, and your phone number or email address SHOULD BE MAILED TO:
OHIO CITIZENS FOR DEAF CULTURE PO BOX 917 WORTHINGTON, OH 43085-0917
Any questions, contact to Debbie Brown
For our Deaf Theatre fans: The next Deaf Theatre play will be produced at Near West Theatre in Cleveland OH in the Fall of 2021. The working title is: "Alice in Wondeafland". If ANYTHING changes or something new is added between now and then... we will absolutely let everyone know ASAP. Thanks for being there and being supportive of the Sign Language Community. The Morgan
For any of our friends who attend Gallaudet.
A friend of mine told me that Gallaudet University was closing down
So I checked it out…no…Gallaudet University will remain open however
When the students go on spring break on March 23 –
It will transfer to “Remote Learning”.
Effective March 23, and continuing to the end of the Spring semester, all courses will be provided online.
Students are asked not to return to campus after spring break.
Students who need to remain on campus for extenuating circumstances will also receive instruction remotely, and must prepare for limited on-campus activities and interactions.
Deans and department chairs will communicate more specific guidance. Faculty have received guidance and recommendations on online delivery methods for their courses.
Gallaudet Technology Services will provide support to faculty, as detailed on its website, including instructional strategies, available tools, and recommended best practices.
So we need to be prepared if students come back to Cleveland
And get lost with the remote learning
Or if our Deaf community rumors gets confused with the live streaming by President Bobbi Cordono.
Here is the link that you can share with our community here in Cleveland
In case you have questions.
This performance is being Sign Interpreted by "The Heard" on Dec. 8th. Curtain is at 3 pm.
For anyone in the Sign Language Community.
Come over and watch us! It'll be FUN TO WATCH!
This is the latest show I'm directing. At Near West Theatre in Cleveland OH. AND... Marc Howard is helping choreograph the Oompa Loompas.
Here's some info on a movie for the Deaf Community.
Check it out. Go on line to learn more.
"Moonlight Sonata", Deafness in Three Movements. at the Capitol Theatre, 1390 W 65th, St., Cleveland OH 44102.
This movie is a documentary movie directed by a woman who has deaf parents and a deaf son. It's about her son having a cochlear implant and learning to play music. His grandparents watch in awe at what time and technology have bestowed on their grandson.
Tuesday, September 17th, 7:30 pm.
There will be a special Q&A after the movie... interpreter provided.
Do It Deaf
Summer Youth Program 2019
Sponsored by Advocates 4 Kids
For students with hearing loss - ages four through high school unless otherwise noted. All expenses for the activities - including transportation - are covered by Advocates 4 Kids and the Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing.
Full Details: https://www.chsc.org/images/uploads/services/DIDflyer2019.pdf
TIE-DYE Event AT CHSC
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
RSVP to Casey Ring at [email protected] or (216) 302-2333
Keys 4 Deaf Access:
Arts & Crafts Workshop
Tuesday, August 6th
1:00 - 3:00 PM
RSVP by Friday, August 2, 2019
For details, click here.
11635 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO RSVP, CONTACT:
Sarita Cornwall at 216-367-2679 (VP); [email protected]
or Sandra Hatibovic at 216-370-7739 (VP); [email protected]
Here's a new "something" for the Deaf Community in the Northern Ohio Area. The Ohio Association of the Deaf, Inc is sponsoring two different days at Cedar Point Amusement Park. August 3rd, 10 am to 12 am and October 5th, 11 am to 12 am. Here's the various tickets and their prices - Cedar Point $42, Cedar Point Shores $27 and Coca-Cola all day wristbands $11. You must buy tickets only at the OAD (Ohio Association of the Deaf) window at Group Sales window to the right of the main entrance. Great price if you want to go!
This is only an audition notice. It seems I may have hit a button that says "Job" post. This is just for the auditions.
ANNOUNCING!!! Auditions for the Deaf Theatre production of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". Auditions on July 14th - 6:00pm and July 15th - 7pm. Auditions at the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center, 11635 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106. Performances will be at Near West Theatre, October 19th and 20th, 2019. Several roles for Adults and children. Preferred age of children is 4th grade and up. Deaf and Hearing Actors needed. Performed in American Sign Language and Spoken English simultaneously.
Something for Deaf Students to do this summer, 2019!
We're getting ready for another Deaf Theatre production!!! Coming in October 2019... SignStage will be partnering with Near West Theatre in Cleveland OH. Officially... it's: The Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center and Near West Theatre present a SignStage Deaf Theatre adaptation of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". Auditions will be sometime late May or early June. Stay tuned for more specific information about auditions. I will ALWAYS post information on this sight as well as N.O.D.I.S. (on Facebook) and all the other social media outlets that the Hearing Center uses.
Hello, happy Friday. We have some exciting news… a donor has generously decided to donate a $20,000 matching gift to the Northeast Ohio Adults Communicating Together (NEO-ACT) program. This gift will allow the program to start to expand into a four day weekly program model at the UCI and Westlake locations.
In an effort to maximize the impact of this gift, the donor has asked us to make this a dollar-for-dollar match up to $20,000. We recently sent out a mailing soliciting our donors, encouraging them to help us meet the match. We also have created an online giving page that monitors our progress and describes more about NEO-ACT… please feel free to share this link on your social media. www.chsc.org/match
We are thrilled and grateful that this donor is helping us expand our programing, as NEO-ACT is very much needed in our community.
Please reach out if you have any questions!
Director of Development
Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center
As a nonprofit with a legacy of nearly 100 years, the mission of Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is to create a community where everyone communicates effectively. Our programs like Northeast Ohio Adults Communicating Together (NEO-ACT) depend on funding from the community to ensure life-changing r...
Well... I'm directing a VERY moving and transformative play about a young woman who receives a heart transplant and the donor's family. It'll make you cry with happiness.
It opened last week at Stow Players. Go to Stow Players and read about it. Then come see it.
For any of our Deaf/HH friends living ANYWHERE in the Cleveland area... Don't miss it!!! 14th Annual Deaf/HH Holiday Party. Dec. 4th, 2018, 11am - 2pm at Beachwood High School, 25100 Farimount Blvd., Beachwood OH 44122. They have a theme for dress... "Western". If you can, please RSVP to Sharon Weisman: [email protected]
We've got a wonderful show happening at the Academy for the Performing Arts in Chagrin Falls, produced by SignStage. It opens this weekend and performs Sept. 14, 15, 16.
Getting ready to rehearsal for "The Ugly Duckling Doesn't Quack" ❤
Rehearsal for "The Ugly Duckling Doesn't Quack" at Chagrin Falls High School Performing Arts Center. ❤
SignStage is producing "The Ugly Duckling Doesn't Quack". Please forward this to EVERYONE... and if you're near... come see it. It's perfect for pre-schoolers all the way up to adults.
This is for all our Deaf Friends in the Cleveland area. The Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is sponsoring the National Anthem. We will have someone signing the National Anthem and we're looking for deaf children to help. If you know any 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade deaf children who would like to join the group signing the National Anthem on the Field at the Indians game, please get hold of me soon. We need to practice.
vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Saturday, April 14, 2018
Game Start 4:10 pm
Family Deck Seats: $22
A portion of each ticket benefits the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center.
To Purchase Tickets: https://tinyurl.com/CHSC2018
Offer Code: CHSC
Deadline to Purchase: April 7
If you have any questions regarding your order, or need help purchasing tickets, please call us at 216-420-HITS or email us at [email protected]
William MorganMorgan the deaf advocate turns 65 on January 22. Wish him a happy birthday when you see him.
Hey, if anyone would like to vote for me (William Morgan) as best direction in a musical go to www.broadwayworld.com/cleveland. Towards the top find "Awards". I must say this is not a vote for quality. The winner is the person who gets the most votes even if the voter never saw the production. I'm not that excited about this type of award but it always looks good on a resume.
So, if you're inclined to vote for things like this... look it up and place your vote.
Please join us for a Celebration of Deaf Culture at the 13th Annual Disability Awareness Day Luncheon on Tuesday, October 24th from 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m at Fairhill Partners Auditorium.
Free parking. No Cost to attend. Lunch will be provided. Reservations required contact Fallon Peterson at 216-664-4383 to register.
This is tomorrow, Tuesday. SignStage will be performing a couple of their Deaf Awareness skits.
If you're a Deaf or Hard of Hearing actor or... you're a Hearing actor who either knows ASL or wants to learn ASL... check this out. http://weeklyvillager.com/kent-state-trumbull-theatre-looking-deaf-hearing-actors-upcoming-holiday-play/
This is a little note for all our Deaf Friends in Northeast Ohio
Spend a Day at the Beach... Kids Welcome!!!
Friends of the Society for the Deaf are having a PICNIC on Saturday, Aug. 19th, 2017 at 10:00am at 9601 Headlands Rd., Mentor, Oh 44060. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Volleyball Court, Horseshoes, Co****le, Beach...
Serving hotdogs, hamburgers, drinks... Please Bring a Sidedish as indicated by the first letter of your last name: A-F - Cake/Pie. G-L - Cold Salads. T-Z - Veggie/Fruit Tray with Dip.
This event is to express our gratitude to the Northeast Ohio Community and EVERYONE is welcome to attend. All funds collected that day will benefit the Deaf Community throughout Northeast Ohio.
RSVP by August 14th to: [email protected]
Here's something for young people who stutter. FaceTime Summer Camp 2017 is for children ages 9-16 who stutter. This happens from Monday, July 17 - Thursday, July 20th... 9:00am - 3:30pm at the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center. $410 per child (other funding options may be available). Contact Lauren Masuga at 216-325-7530 or [email protected] for more information.
Here's another something for our Deaf Community. This is a "Community Health Fair". A day of FREE screenings, wellness tips and fun on Saturday, June 24th 2017. Health Fair Hours are from 8am - 12pm at the MetroHealth Cleveland Heights Medical Offices, 10 Severance Circle, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118. For more information call 216- 778-8557. The Community Health Fair is presented by MetroHealth Cancer Center.
Here's a little something for our Deaf community that's happening at the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center.
On June 23rd, 3-5pm there will be a "Stalking Workshop". No... they're not going to teach you how to stalk someone. They will be teaching you the definition of what stalking is and how to prevent it.
If you would like to learn more from the National Stalking Resources Center from Rose Larson and Sandra Hatibovic, please contact [email protected] or text 216-386-0500.
Rose Larson is a "Deaf World Against Violence Everywhere", Certified Instructor.
73 W Lowell Ave
I have copies of every show we've produced for sale. $20 @
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