Tales from a Clubroom is an absorbing play about members of a community whose deep social and cultural ties bind them together. Meant to be performed in American Sign Language (ASL), it was developed by Deaf theater pioneers Bernard Bragg and Eugene Bergman. Through characters and events that will strike home for those in the Deaf-World, this beautifully crafted classic explores love, humor, power struggles, corruption, sorrow and joy. Critically acclaimed from its first staging, this story has been performed in theatres and schools across the country for over two decades. Studied as ASL literature and revered as a milestone in cultural expression, Tales is an enduring gift to the Deaf community. [Bernard Bragg, Eugene Bergman; (2006) 126 pages; soft cover]
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