Sign Language Interpretation Program at UNH Manchester

Event Details

Public Program

Date: April 11, 2014

Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue: NHIA Auditorium

Join us for this fun, lively community event!

ASL Idol is a talent competition performed in American Sign Language only (no music or sound allowed). Participants have been selected through a rehearsal held in March.

Competing in:
ASL poetry
ASL stand-up comedy
ASL song
ASL solo or small group skit

The winner will receive an iPad Mini.

The event is sponsored by the Sign Language Interpretation program at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester. This event is in celebration of our Sign Language Interpretation Program’s 35th anniversary

ASL Idol will be emceed by nationally-acclaimed Deaf performer and actor, Rosa Lee Timm. Rosa Lee is a performance artist known mostly for her YouTube ASL music videos, her work as a solo performer in The Rosa Lee Show, and as a lead actor in ASL Films’s feature film Versa Effect.
Held in auditorium at the New Hampshire Institute of Art’s French Hall, 148 Concord Street, Manchester, NH.

For more information: Call on videophone (vp) or by voice (voice calls automatically go through the Video Relay Service) to talk with Professor Pax McCarthy at 603-325-4542.

Please RSVP to attend this event (requested, but not required)

Request more information about our Sign Language Interpretation program.