Shakespeare’s Richard III with ASL Interpretation

For those of you enjoying the summer in Rochester, take advantage of the opportunity to see an outdoor play.  From July 6th – 21st, the Shakespeare Players program of the Rochester Community Players will be performing Shakespeare’s Richard III.  This includes an ASL interpreted performance on July 14.  In case of rain, the interpreted performance will be postponed to July 15.  StageHands will be providing the interpretation, which is comprised of certified theatrical interpreters from NTID lead by Luane Haggerty.  The performance will take place at the Highland Park Bowl located at 1200 South Avenue at 8 P.M.  Admission is free, but donations are accepted.  For more information, visit http://rochestercommunityplayers.org/ or call 585-234-7840 for up to date rain out information.

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