A Million Billion Pieces – ASL Shadow Interpreted Performances at YPT

Promotional Image:

The title, A Million Billion Pieces, is slightly off centre, with an explosive burst of yellow behind it. To the left, two hands, one blue and one pink, reach toward one another and overlap. The pink hand is wearing a medical alert bracelet.

A Million Billion Pieces – ASL Shadow Interpreted Performances at YPT

December 8 at 2pm, December 10 at 10:30am

A Million Billion Pieces World premiere! By David James Brock Music by Gareth Williams Directed by Philip Akin When a touch could be a lifeline – or lethal – two 16-year-olds dare to tempt fate.

Pria and Theo are isolated by a rare disease that could prove deadly if they make contact. Craving connection, they progress from flirty DMs to a precarious encounter, each with their own reason to test what it is to live – and love – like other people.

This performance is recommended for ages 13 & up.

ASL Shadow Interpreted 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.

Event Venue: Young People’s Theatre (165 Front Street East, Toronto)

Accessibility Information: ASL Shadow Interpreted performances, wheelchair accessible venue, service animals welcome

Tickets: $10 with discount code ASL10 at checkout

Tickets Link:
https://www.youngpeoplestheatre.org/shows-tickets/a-million-billion-pieces/

Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2274580612596778/

Website
https://www.youngpeoplestheatre.org/

Names of Interpreters:
Interpreting team features Thurga Kanagasekarampillai and Chris Corsini, Sage Lovell as Director of ASL and Amanda Hyde as rehearsal interpreter

Logo:

“Young People’s Theatre” is capitalized in a black, bold font. To the right, the letters “YPT” are white and playfully angled slightly within a light blue circle, with many smaller light blue circles around it.

 

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