An illustration of two people standing back to back on a grand piano - there is a vacuum cleaner in front of the person on the right, and the person on the left is holding the vacuum's power cord. The background is orange, and there are light yellow squiggly lines and musical notes around the figures and piano. Songs My Mother Never Sung Me appear in brown lettering at the top of the illustration.

Songs My Mother Never Sung Me

SOUND OFF: A Deaf Theatre Festival

Songs My Mother Never Sung Me is an opera for families about a Deaf mom and her hearing son. The piece is bilingual and is performed and sung in English and ASL. The heart of this touching and funny work is its intimate connection to playwright Dave Clarke’s experience growing up as a CODA (Child of Deaf Adult). Recommended for ages 5 and up.

Presented by Concrete Theatre.

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