ONE MORE STEP IN ARTS ACCESSIBILITY
Arts Alliance Tulsa’s newest initiative is called HEART or “Hear Art” which provides ASL Interpreters and sound magnification devices to deaf people in our community so they can enjoy the programming of the non-profit arts organizations that make up the Alliance.
By partnering with TSHA – a non-profit serving deaf & hard of hearing people- AAT will schedule interpreters to serve the Deaf Community. We have and continue to survey their constituents and are working with them to reach as many deaf people as possible to provide access to the arts. There are an estimated 16,000 deaf individuals in the State of Oklahoma and HEART is the only program of its kind providing access to the arts to more than just a single organization.
“Trial by Jury”
by Oklahoma Performing Arts
Date: Saturday, April 13
Time: 2 pm
Location: PAC Doenges Theatre
Ticket Price(s): $10
Performance Description: This four-part program is anchored by Gilbert and Sullivan’s hilarious Trial by Jury with a slight tech twist: iPhone or Android? Edwina is most certainly a “phone- sick girl.” The remainder of the performance is filled with “Paulie—Star of the Stage” tap dancing and modern, classical movement with mu- sic from the Staple Singers and Maurice Ravel.
Heller Theatre Company presents:
Double Feature – “The Prairie” and “la Frontera”
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. 4th St. Tulsa
Tickets: $20 adults/$17 students & seniors
Description: “Double Feature – The Prairie and la Frontera” features two premiere one-act plays by Tulsa playwrights.