Pork Filled Productions presents a reading of
CJ, AN ASPANGLISH PLAY
Written by Mercedes Floresislas
Directed by Ana Maria Campoy
Director of ASL Kai Winchester
Weaving English, Spanish and American Sign Language, CJ zooms from grounded reality to mythological realms in a tale enjoyable for hearing and Deaf audiences alike.
When CJ's mom overdoses, the fifteen year-old must go live with her estranged aunt and Deaf grandmother who also struggles with dementia. She lashes out at her grandmother, and as a consequence three Aztec deities take her on a three-night journey through Mictlan to recover her history and save her soul.
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This presentation will have ASL interpretation.
For folks in the Deaf community, here's a short explanation of the world of CJ.
TICKETING & ACCESS
Pork Filled Productions is using a Name-Your-Price structure to work with our audience and what they can afford to give. Thank you for supporting local theatre and local theatre artists. (For our friends in the Deaf community not familiar with this, here is a signed explanation
The reading will be presented as video on demand, starting at 7 pm, July 31. Ticket buyers will be emailed a link to the video three days before CJ opens, and will have the opportunity to watch CJ for up to two weeks after July 31.
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María Teresa Herrera
Khalif J. Gillett
* denotes Deaf actors
Grecia Leal Pardo