Silent No More Will Share Stories of Life With Hearing Loss

News   Silent No More Will Share Stories of Life With Hearing Loss
 
The documentary theatre work will be staged for one night only at Carnegie Hall.
Ivy Lee in <i>Silent No More</i>
Ivy Lee in Silent No More David Hawkins

No Limits, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering deaf children, will present the documentary theatre work Silent No More December 15 at Carnegie Hall. The show has performed to sold-out audiences across the country, including a presentation at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Directed by No Limits founder and executive director Michelle Christie, the cast of Silent No More features five-time American Comedy Award nominee Kathy Buckley (No Labels, No Limits), author Rebecca Alexander (Not Fade Away), and alum of the No Limits Theater Group, John Autry II, Alexis Cohen, Henry Greenfield, David Hawkins, Iris Lee, and Ivy Lee, who will recount their personal experiences of living in a hearing world, or being the parents of children with hearing loss.

The show, according to production notes, is “an intimate storytelling event comprised of witty, inspiring and raw stories that remind us all of the power of the human spirit.“ The performance will be followed by an open-forum Q & A with cast members and audience members from the deafSign and deafSpeak communities.

Silent No More will kick off at 8 PM. Tickets, priced $25-$30, are available now online at CarnegieHall.org or by phone via CarnegieCharge at (212) 247-7800.

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