ASL Shadowed Interpreted Performance of The Code

The Code Image Description:
A young woman stands with her back to us, angrily holding up her phone to a young man who looks confronted. A second young man looks on in concern from behind them. The words “The Code” is overlaid on top of this image. In the word “Code”, “C” is inthe shape of a female symbol, and the “O” is in the shape of the male symbol


By Rachel Aberle
Directed by Patrick McDonald
Produced by Green Thumb Theatre

RUNS APPROX. 55 MIN (plus Q&A)

After receiving backlash for instigating a student protest at her high school, Moira is initially supported by her best friends Simon and Connor. However, Simon’s support turns to anger after learning his feelings for Moira are not reciprocated. When Simon leaks a humiliating video mash-up of Moira’s protest speech, there are consequences he cannot control. Green Thumb Theatre’s play for teens examines complex questions about loyalty, accountability and taking power.

ASL Shadow Interpreted Performances
Dec. 9 at 2PM (public)
Dec. 10 at 10:45AM (school)

These performances feature interpreters who shadow the actors, following them onstage while using ASL. Since the interpreters are integrated into the show, this allows the audience to easily follow both the sign language and the performers.

Young People’s Theatre – 165 Front St East, Toronto-

ASL Shadow Interpreted Performance, elevator, wheelchair accessible seating available
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Young People’s Theatre – 165 Front St East, Toronto, ON

YPT Logo Image Description:
A blue circle with the letters “YPT” has smaller blue circles radiating from it. To the right, the words Young People’s Theatre are bolded in all caps.