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  1. Tribes: Breaking Down Barriers

    Did you know you can support the show's ASL interpreted performances by contributing to a crowdfunded fundraising campaign?

  2. Deaf actor breaks down barriers in Studio Theatre debut

    Poli Sci Alumnus Connor Yuzwenko-Martin hopes the production of Tribes will encourage awareness of the Deaf community.

  3. Tribes: steps towards accessible theatre

    In his third guest post about Tribes, Connor shares his personal experiences advocating for access to interpreted theatre performances and how Tribes is a committed step towards making universally accessible theatre. Our production of Tribes has only been made possible by the generosity of NICA Consolidated (Nicole Sander’s interpreting company).

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In the News

  1. Tribes director Amanda Bergen talks to Alberta Primetime

  2. Loud and clear: Tribes challenges progressives who make excuses

    Tribes is a play about deafness, but its themes resonate with every minority group. (Vue Weekly)

  3. Award-winning play Tribes now playing at the Timms Centre (CBC Edmonton - Podcast)

    Tribes is a production about a deaf boy raised by hearing parents. Through interpreter Nichol Sander, Mark Connolly spoke to deaf lead actor Connor Yuzwenko-Martin and director Amanda Bergen.

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