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New Work Series – ASL Interpreted and Live Captioned Musical 

Produced by: New York Theatre Barn

Date and Time: Monday, March 4th at 7pm to 8:30pm 

Location: The 52nd Street Project in NYC (789 Tenth Avenue – the theatre is located on the 2nd Floor)

Accessibility: American Sign Language Interpreting and CART captioning provided by Inclusive Communication Services

Tickets: Purchase tickets here. In person tickets are $25 and live stream tickets are $15. 

About the Play: The 17th season of New York Theatre Barn’s award-winning New Works Series will feature excerpts from the new musicals A Whisper Called Freedom and Spectrum, as well as a conversation with the writers moderated by Artistic Director Joe Barros. 

The new musical A Whisper Called Freedom follows the intersex filmmaker Henry Howman’s pandemic road trip with his girlfriend to escape his floundering career. But when Henry finds himself immersed in a spiritual dance training in the mountains of California where satin tunics, conspiracy theories and exploding goats abound, Henry must discover his personal power and step into who he is.

The new musical Spectrum is set in 1995. When Matthew, a young man on the autism spectrum, is told he needs to move out of his parents’ place, he finds the quietest spot with no stimulation whatsoever — a gay bar. Spectrum takes two seemingly different communities and brings them together in this musical comedy that will allow all adult audiences to attend.