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    Cultural Inclusion

    Huntington Theatre Company Presents "I Was Most Alive with You"

    Now Through June 26, 2016

    Posted Wednesday June 01 2016 at 10:21 pm.
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    The Huntington Theatre Company presents a world premiere play by award-winning playwright Craig Lucas, "I Was Most Alive with You".

    "I Was Most Alive with You" is the first new play to be written specifically for an integrated cast of Deaf/deaf/hard-of-hearing and hearing actors that was originally conceived to incorporate a cast of shadow interpreters at a regional theatre.  Craig Lucas is also the first American playwright of his stature to write a play for Deaf/deaf/hard-of-hearing communities and he wrote the role of the main character (Knox) specifically for Russell Harvard (Spring Awakening revival on Broadway, Adult HW in There Will Be Blood, and Mr. Wrench in "Fargo") after seeing his performance in Tribes Off Broadway in 2012.

    Four shadow interpreters will be fully integrated into the play and will move in close proximity to the actors they are interpreting, allowing all audience members to focus on the action of the play together.  When only ASL is being used to communicate, text will be projected onto the stage.

    Now through June 26, 2016.
    Purchase tickets here.

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