“Exhilarating! Performance like no other.”
“Transformative, unexpected, powerful”

Immerse yourself in the most unusual production of Shakespeare’s work to hit the D.C. area in over a decade. Seven Ages of Man: your life through the senses is a 45-minute activation of your sense of touch, taste, and smell. Seven Ages places you at the heart of the theatrical experience and stretches your concept of what defines “a play.”

This is a performance-for-one. Interpreters will be positioned at the box office but the show itself does not have interpreters because there are not auditory or visual elements.

Saturday May 20, 2017
11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, & 4pm

(2 shows every hour, on the hour)
Gallaudet University’s Living Learning Residence Hall 6

Directed by Lorraine Ressegger-Slone

Featuring: Jordana Fraider, Natasha Gallop, Kala Granger, Andrew Morrill & Lorraine Ressegger-Slone

Devising Support by James Caverly, Rachel Grossman

Seven Ages is part of dog & pony dc’s Sense-Able initiative, a re-vision of Sense-Able: a play, and is linked with dog & pony dc’s participation in the DeafBlind Theatre Project.

This performance is supported in part by a grant for Shakespeare without Sight or Sound from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.