Announcement: A ONE DEAF-WOMAN SHOW IN COLORADO


 A NIGHT of Improv with Trix Bruce: “WHOSE ASL IS IT?”

You’ve heard of the TV Show “Whose line is it anyway?” right?  Now, it’s coming to a stage near you, only this time it’s in ASL!  With no practice, no preparation, using different ideas from the audience, and using people from audience, Trix will captivate you with her impromptu mode of “ASL-libing” and a night of hearty laughter!

April 11-12, 2013
6:30 pm
 

Location: CSDB Gottlieb Building
At Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
33 North Institute Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Admission:

$ 5.00/person          
$15.00/family
 
Purchase tickets at the CSDB Administration Building Front Desk OR
Mail to : CSDB~ Diane Covington~ 33 North Institute Street~ Colorado Springs, CO~ 80903

RID CEUs available

Patricia (“Trix”) Bruce, who is Deaf, delightful and dynamic, is an extraordinary performing artist with a spirited audience-participation entertainment style. Drawing on her background in American Sign Language (ASL) Linguistics and a life of travel and adventure, Trix excels in hilarious true-to-life storytelling and impromptu, interactive ASL artistry. Diverse interests from business to stage performance led Trix to entrepreneurial success as an instructional presenter and sought-after entertainer. Trix is also an approved sponsor for the RID Certificate Maintenance Program. Enthusiastic audiences all across America celebrate Trix Bruce! To learn more about Trix Bruce, check out her website … www.trixbruce.com

Incorporating Deaf Community Cultural Wealth in Your Teaching


Announcement from Paulette Sottak, SD ASLTA President:


Flavia Fleischer, the daughter of Dr Larry Fleischer (may he rest in peace) is coming in town – SAN DIEGO – to give the workshop on “Incorporating Deaf Community Cultural Wealth in Your Teaching” on Sat., April 6 at Moores UCSD Cancer Center. San Diego American Sign Language Teachers Association (SD ASLTA) is very excited to have her and her amazing knowledge to be shared with us! Please join us to welcome her for the day. If you can’t, be my guest to pass the flyer along to others whom you thought may be interested. Thanks!

Paulette Sottak, SD ASLTA President