The Fox & the Crow
(an ASL Enhanced Story)
In this impish tale, a clever (and hungry) fox finds an unusual way to get a piece of cheese from a very silly crow, showing that sometimes, they who laugh last, laugh best! This production is enhanced with creative use of ASL interpretation through onstage artists and unusual story-telling that includes puppets and masks, playful movement, and colorful characters that will tickle every funny-bone.
Specialist: William Morgan, Signstage
Friday August 9 at 7pm
Saturday August 10 at 3pm
Sunday August 11 at 3pm
All performances Pay What You Can
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The Reinberger Auditorium is a 188-seat ADA accessible facility that uses an open seating box office plan. Staff members are always available to show you to the best parking, and the best seats in which to sit for an optimal experience. Any time that special programming denotes specific seating requirements or accessibility, these seating areas will be set aside before the house is open to accommodate the needs of our patrons.