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Show map of Tennessee Show map of the United States. Knoxville, Tennessee. To request interpreting, please call the House Manager or email housemanager utk.

From the moment you enter the theatre you will see a lot more staff first time bi stories volunteers.

Interpreters greet patrons at the door, manage our Will Call at the Box Office, serve concessions, and assist each looing our Ushers. Our goal is to make the theatre as accessible for the Deaf Community as it is for our other patrons with interpreters stationed at every point throughout the Lobby.

Inside the theatre you will see two sets of interpreters bringing the actors words to life in American Sign Language ASL. Deaf culture describes the social norms beliefs, behavior, customs, art, history, traditions.

Thhe identity in the Deaf community does not come from the extent of hearing loss and is not automatic with a medical diagnosis. In Deaf culture, deafness is merely a difference, not a deficit. American Deaf culture is deeply rooted in the use of ASL as the primary means of communication.

ASL has its own, unique sentence structure and grammar.