Maple & Vine
A Manhattan couple has become allergic to their 21st-century lives. After they meet a charismatic man from a community of 1950s re-enactors, they forsake cell phones and sushi for cigarettes and Tupperware parties. In this compulsively authentic world, they are surprised by what their new neighbors, and they themselves, are willing to sacrifice for happiness.
MAPLE & VINE will be presented using a combination of American Sign Language, spoken English, and English Captioning. The cast and production team features a diverse group of Deaf and hearing artists.
*Does not include a $2 Theater Restoration Fee.
Featuring Christina Cogswell, Christopher Corrigan, Dickie Hearts, C.J. Malloy and Liarra Michelle.
The creative team includes Jules Dameron (Director), Joshua Castille (Assistant Director), Annie Wiegand (Lighting Designer), Gregory Casparian (Projections Designer), Tamara Harris (Associate Lighting Designer), Jennifer Varbalow (Scenic Designer), Lisa Renee Jordan (Costume Designer), Kate Testa (Props Designer), Adam Salberg (Sound Designer), Will Jennings (Production Manager), Miriam Rochford* (Production Stage Manager), Vianna Joan* (Assistant Stage Manager), Millie Wells* (Assistant Stage Manager), Karly Im (Production Assistant), Emily Hausmann (Production Assistant), JW Guido (Artistic Director), and Annie Wiegand (Producing Director).
(Equity Approved Showcase. * denotes AEA Member)
New York Deaf Theatre (NYDT) is the premiere nonprofit Deaf theatre organization for the New York City metropolitan area, supporting, developing, and presenting Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing artists since 1979. NYDT produces theatre that is accessible to Deaf and hearing audiences using combinations of American Sign Language (ASL), spoken English, projected subtitles, and nonverbal theatrical elements. In commitment to honoring Deaf Culture, NYDT fosters the talents of local artists who use ASL, and creates opportunities for differently-abled theatre professionals to work and collaborate through inclusive productions and programming. For more information, visit www.newyorkdeaftheatre.org.