Friday, March 29, 2019
The Last FireflyCo-produced by SteppingStone Theatre for Youth & Theatre Mu
Fri., March 29 at 7:00 pm
- Audio Description
About the Show
March 21 – April 7, 2019.
By Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Daisuke Kawachi & Assistant Directed by Sara Ochs.
It begins with light and a flash. Then comes a sound, a pulse, a beat, a crash like a giant hammer smashing through the sky. The fantastic story of Boom, the child of Thunder, is a mythical adventure about discovering one's inner strength. After being forced out of the home at the hand of a cruel stepfather, Boom sets out on a journey of self-discovery where battles against forces of nature are courageously fought. Along the way, Boom encounters conflicts with animals of an enchanted forest. This epic tale combines Japanese fairy tales and folklore to create an exciting theatrical experience for young audiences.
RoeMixed Blood Theatre
- Fri., March 29 at 7:30 pm Recorded AD: Laurie Pape Hadley. Projected supertitles.
- Audio Description
- Assisted Listening Devices
Schedule and Tickets
Tix: Mixed Blood’s Access Pass provides complimentary guaranteed admission for shows to patrons with disabilities and their companions, as well as free transportation to and from the theatre for patrons with disabilities. A number of accessible parking spaces are in a lot next to the theatre. Ticket options: Advance reservations $35 online or by phone. Or, join as members for $9/month. Or, Radical Hospitality admission is FREE on a first come/first served basis starting two hours before every show. Phone: 612-338-6131; or E-mail.
About the Show
approximately 2.5 hours with an intermission; March 15-31, 2019. All performances at 7:30, except Sundays at 2:00; also 4:00 shows Sat. March 16 & 30.
By Lisa Loomer, Directed by Mark Valdez.
This theatrical survey of the complicated and fiery underpinnings of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that established a woman’s right to an abortion, illustrate the fractured and fracturing history of one of the most polarizing social issues of the modern era. Sarah Weddington was a 26-year-old lawyer when she argued Roe v. Wade and accidental heroine Norma McCorvey was a 22-year-old poor, hard-living lesbian bartender seeking to end her third pregnancy when she first agreed to be the plaintiff under the pseudonym “Jane Roe,” decades before she renounced her involvement in the case and became an anti-abortion advocate. ROE is an historically sweeping rare play that takes this inflammatory American issue head-on. Lawyer’s and plaintiff’s subsequent journeys mirrored the American divide.
SPECIAL ACCESS SERVICES INCLUDE:
Open Captioning: Projected supertitle translations in English at all performances March 15-31: 7:30 on March 15-16, 20-23, 27-30; 4:00 on March 16, 30; 2:00 on March 17, 23-24, 31; 10:00 student matinees on March 14, 21, 27.
AD/ASL Access Night: Saturday, March 16, 7:30 PM.
Relaxed (Sensory Friendly) Performance: Wednesday, March 20, 7:30 PM.
Recorded AD: shows starting March 20.
DeafBlind AD/ASL: Saturday, March 23, 2:00 PM. Limited seating.
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