Current theatre Production
DAT 1st Fridays:
Deaf Queer Voices
In celebration of Gay Pride, DAT will be hosting a virtual showcase on the first Friday of June that will highlight Deaf Queer performers. 50% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Mervin P. O’Bryant Foundation. (http://www.mpofoundation.org)
Hosted by Mervin Primeaux-O’Bryant and Amelia Hensley
*Voice interpreted for the ASL deprived.
As a non-profit organization, Deaf Austin Theatre’s purpose is to enrich, inspire, educate, create and entertain the Austin community by using American Sign Language (ASL) within all of our theatrical productions that range from classics to new works. We strive to impact our community, our audience members, and to create an accessible stage for all future artists.
DAT’s main goal is to provide theatre experiences in ASL that you remember forever.
DAT provides workshops for schools, colleges and professional organizations. Some topics include: Acting, Directing, Improv, Theatre Interpreting, Music Interpreting.
DAT offers structured summer acting camps available for all ages. These can be evening/weekend camps from fall through spring, and weeklong camps in the summer.
DAT is open to partnerships with anyone interested in working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. Contact us and let’s discuss.