The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Deaf West’s Spring Awakening!

I’m still catching my breath from this one moment in the Deaf West production of Big River that played Broadway a number of years ago.  If you saw the show, then you know exactly the moment I’m talking about.  Yep, yep.  That’s the one.  Whew!

If you’re not familiar with Deaf West, then let me introduce you to one of the coolest theater companies around.  See, they produce full on productions, with a mix of hearing impaired and non-hearing impaired actors . . . and present them in a way that they can be enjoyed by both the deaf and the non deaf.

And they are at it again, and this time they’ve put up a production of Spring Awakening out in LA that is already in its second incarnation (and who knows, maybe it’ll head back this way if the current production at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills does what I think it could).

That’s right, y’all, this giveaway is for all you West Coasters out there, or for any of you that want to jump on a plane to see this sucker (which features original cast member Krysta Rodriguez and is directed by Michael Arden and choreographed by So You Think You Can Dance‘s Spencer Liff.)

So who wants to win these tickets?

Here’s how you enter.

Not that they need it, but lets give Deaf West some ideas for their next production. In the comments below, name a show that you think their interpretation could make even more interesting.  I’ll pick a winner this Saturday, and Deaf West will have a slew of shows to choose from for next time.

Gooooooooood luck!


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