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Deaf Broadway’s groundbreaking iteration of Jonathan Larson’s RENT is presented by a full cast of seasoned Deaf performers from Broadway and Hollywood, bringing excerpts of the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning musical to vivid life through American Sign Language. The event will be accompanied by the original Broadway cast album of the show and dynamic captions in English, making this a thrilling, one-night-only performance for all. Founded on Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday in 2020, Deaf Broadway's core mission is to provide unprecedented visual access to the most iconic works of the American theater. The company's casts and creative teams are composed of both exciting new talent and tested professionals, all Deaf and hard of hearing artists. Utilizing Deaf Broadway's signature American Sign Language interface methodology, the company makes classics of the Great White Way accessible and enjoyable, most of them for the first time in history, for the Deaf and ASL communities.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

Cast and Creatives

Joanne / Director of Artistic Sign Language
Kailyn Aaron-Lozano
Angel
Joey Antonio
Mark
James Caverly
Ensemble
Treshelle Edmond
Benny
Tyler James Fortson
Maureen
Sandra Mae Frank
Ensemble
Samuel Langshteyn
Roger
John McGinty
Ensemble
Malik Paris
Mimi
Anjel Piñero
Tom Collins
Gabriel Silva
Ensemble
Heba Toulan
Director
Garrett Zuercher

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