Quincy Community Theatre has announced there will be sign language performances for their upcoming production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, and tickets are now on sale!

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Quincy Community Theatre is opening its doors to even more guests with special ASL (American Sign Language) performances of their highly anticipated holiday show Disney's Beauty and the Beast. In a press release, Quincy Community Theatre says...

"Quincy Community Theatre will ensure even more families can experience the ‘tale as old as time.’ Two performances of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast will incorporate ASL interpretation. Patrons may call the Box Office to reserve seats for Tuesday, November 23 at 7:30 pm or Sunday, December 5 at 2:00 pm. Local ASL interpreter Jessica Lewis will be located near the stage for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing, seated in an area of the theatre that gives the best sight lines to follow the interpretation and the action on stage. The QCT Box Office has limited number of seats held for the two ASL performances, available in person or by making a phone reservation. As always, assisted listening devices will also be available during all performances."

Tickets for Disney's Beauty and the Beast as Quincy Community Theatre are on sale to the general public now, and if you'd like more information on the show or to buy tickets click here!

I'm so proud to be a part of the cast for this production of Beauty and the Beast at Quincy Community Theatre, and especially proud that they are offering these special performances to allow more families a chance to enjoy the incredible story.

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