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Free ASL comedy show this Friday

March 24, 2009

Don't miss this unique opportunity to watch a comedy performance that people from surrounding states are planning to travel here to see!

Danger- Beware of ASLKeith Wann is a hilarious Child of a Deaf Adult (CODA) comedian who performs his entire comedy act in American Sign Language (ASL) with a vocal interpreter. He covers a wide array of topics that pertain to growing up in two worlds, the Deaf world and the Hearing world.

Although the show is performed in ASL and discusses Deaf culture related scenarios, his comedy is educational and humorous to Deaf and Hearing people alike.

See him Friday, March 27 at 6 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater.

Visit for more info and clips of his comedy.

This event is sponsored by ASAP, Resources for Disabled Students, American Sign Language Club, Campus Activities: Diversity and Social Justice Programs, Diversity Grant, Parents Fund & ASCSU.

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Contact: Vani Narayana
Phone: (970) 491-4291