The  play  has  benefited  from  generous  assistance  from:

Berkshire Playwrights Lab, LCC ASL & English Interpreters Program, Lexington School for the Deaf, Naked Angels Tuesdays@9, New York Theatre Workshop, Shakespeare & Co., Toni Anglin, Chris Baker, Lori Bashour, Sherman Beattie, Tom Bloom, Stephanie Cannon, Linda Chapman, John Collins, Joe Danisi, Jack Doulin, Stephanie Feyne, Jenn Haltman, Rob Hills, Bob Jaffe, The Kingsberg Foundation, Dan Lauria, Ben Li, Govanne Loebaugher,  Bill Moody, Geoffrey Nauffts, David Platt, Roger Robinson, Allan Rothstein (our photographer) Rachel Silverman, Gary Wait, curator at Museum of American School for the Deaf, Robert Weiner, John Whalan of Black Ice Entertainment,  Phlip Wilson, and so many more, the list continues to grow.  

Financial support has gone toward producing one fully staged reading, a five week workshop culminating in five performances in Manhattan and a benefit performance in Queens for Lexington School for the Deaf. The script has been continually rewritten and refined from these experiences. Monies donated have also gone toward transportation, costume dry cleaning (Boy do people sweat in period costumes!!!), small stipends to the cast (who insist they need to eat for some reason), providing Sign Language Education to the cast member who had to learn it from scratch for the show. Much of our rehearsal space was generously donated by New York Theatre Workshop and Lexington School for the Deaf.   Thank you!

The next steps?  The Baruch Performing Arts Center AEA workshop and then an Off-Broadway production.