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Open Captioned performance of “Heart in Hand”.

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    It is in a dark pink frame and peach coloured background with a print of hand in the middle. In white fonts, it states “Spur-Of-The-Moment Shakespeare Collective presents….” In black fonts, it states “Thurs Dec 12th/, Captioned Performance Fri Dec 13th, Citadel + Compagnie.” In the middle, black fonts states “Heart In Hand, 304 Parliament St.” In white fonts, it states “Cocktails/Family Photo [email protected], Show @8PM, Tickets $18-$25, @Shakespur.”
    The background is in royal blue. Fonts are yellow. There is a half-moon on the top of the flyer. It states “Shakespeare-In-Hospitals, Family Reunion, Cocktails- Hors Doeuvres- Live Theatre, Thursday December 12th, Captioned Performance Friday December 13th7pm-10pm, Citadel + Compagnie, 304 Parliament St, Toronto, Tickets $18-$25,”
    In the background, it is a picture of Citadel and Compagnie’s red brick building. On the top of the building, it states “Salvation Army Citadel”. In front of the picture, there is a white woman with short and blonde hair. She is wearing a black top with jacket on and a black pant. She is signing the information in American Sign Language (ASL).
    Translating into English:
    “Hello to our community! Spur-Of-The-MomentShakespeare Collective is a theatre company in Toronto. For their Shakespeare-In-Hospitalsprogram, they will be showing their last show for this year. It is called, “Heart-in-Hand”. They will have an Open Captioned performance of “Heart-in-hand”. It will be on next Friday, on December 13th, at 7pm to 10pm. 
    At 7pm, there will be a cocktail and social event with other people, talking about their memories of having family photos taken. This show will start at 8pm. 
    Written by Victoria Urquhart. Directed by Ara Glenn-Johanson, Eli Ham, and Andrew Joseph Richardson. Featuring six actors- Andrea Irwin, Kate McArthur, Nicole Smieja, Qianna Macgilchrist, Chanakya Mukherjee, Andrea Massoud, 
    About the plot of this play, let’s start with the question- How will you choose your family if your family doesn’t choose you? In the last flashes of a mother's life, we seeher family's choices to move forward when she is gone.
    This show is very touching and funny. Brought together by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, Amsterdam Brewery and the Spur-Of-The-MomentShakespeare Collective.
    This show was toured in Toronto and G.T.A. Fans were raving about this funny show! 
    General Admission is $25. Arts Worker/Student/ODSP Tickets: $18
    If you are interested to donate money for people who cannot afford to see this show, please check this link: This is for #payitforward. If you are interested to see this show, but you are unable to afford a ticket.Please email to this address: [email protected]

    Instagram/Twitter: @shakespur”
    Youtube: TheShakeSpur

    Elizabeth Morris 
    TWITTER:       @ElizMMorris 
    INSTAGRAM:  elizabethmarymorris
    Inclusive Design Consultant (MDes)
    ASL coach and Deaf Community consultant
    EMAIL:           [email protected]
    FACEBOOK:  LiveTheatre for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
    TWITTER:      @ShowsforDeaf_HH

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