Presented by Aaron Kubey
The extensive training on how to decide assigning characters, analyzing the script, translating the script and character development. Interpreters will learn how to hone and improve their theatrical interpreting skills by experiencing hands on activities and role playing exercises.
The training will be presented in ASL.
1.7 CEUs through IRID (Attendance to the entire training is required for CEU’s)
Friday, March 20, 6 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, March 21, 9 am – 6 pm (1 hour lunch break)
Sunday, March 22, 9 am – 4 pm (1 hour lunch break)
DCI’s ASL Studio, 3711 N Ravenswood Ave, Ste 143, Chicago, IL (Free Parking & ‘L’ Accessible)
I moved to Washington, DC in 2011. Prior to moving to DC, I was the first Deaf and youngest Executive Director of the National Theatre of the Deaf (NTD) from 2007 to 2011. Prior to becoming the executive Director of NTD, I had worked at several prestigious law firms in Chicago and New York City.
I have had the opportunity of working on numerous television, film and theatrical productions over the course of my professional career. I am fortunate to have the opportunity to interpret Jersey Boys several times and am thankful for those memorable experiences! Oh! What a night! I also have been fortunate to have interpreted at the Kennedy Center, as well as other theaters around the country. I also travel to present my theatre interpreting workshops (Spoken English to ASL and ASL to Spoken English).
I am a 1994 graduate of the Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. In 2006, I earned my Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Theatre Studies from the Theatre School, DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. A proud native of Chicago and avid Cubs fan (GO CUBBIES!, I was the first Deaf admitted student and graduate from this prestigious institution.
$150 ($175 after February 27, 2015) (Lunch on Sat & Sun are included)
*** Non-refundable after February 27, 2015 ***
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