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The National Theater of the Deaf   
Iromyo Chotto Karimane

 

This production was composed of the following shows:

This production played in repertory with The National Theater of the Deaf
 
Longacre Theatre , (2/24/1969 - 3/04/1969)
First Preview: Total Previews:3
Opening Date:Feb 24, 1969   
Closing Date:Mar 04, 1969 Total Performances:10

Category: Play, Drama, Sign Language, Original, Broadway
Setting: By the River Kine in Japan. The 17th century.
Comments: Presented in sign language and pantomime for deaf audiences, with readers speaking the words for others.


The Tale of Kasane

Category: Play, Drama, Sign Language, Original, Broadway
Setting: By the River Kine in Japan. The 17th century.

Production Staff
Produced by The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Foundation
Originally produced by The National Theatre for the Deaf
Written by Tsurya Namboku; Book adapted by Sahomi Tachibana and Robert F. Panara
Directed by Yoshio Aoyama
Cast
Jacqueline Awad Reader
Audree Norton Kasane
William Rhys Reader
Andrew Vasnick Narrator
Joe Velez Yoemon
Edmund Waterstreet Policeman

Gianni Schicchi

Category: Play, Farce, Sign Language, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Foundation
Originally produced by The National Theatre for the Deaf
Book adapted from a commedia dell'arte by Robert F. Panara and Eric Malzkuhn
Directed by Joe Layton
Cast
Andrew Vasnick

Blueprints: Projections and Perspectives

Category: Play, Poem, Sign Language, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Foundation
Originally produced by The National Theatre for the Deaf
Book adapted by Bernard Bragg and Lou Fant; Based on works from Rainer Maria Rilke and e. e. cummings
Directed by Gene Lasko
Cast