Louisiana School for the Deaf presents ASL Slam Event, Saturday
BATON ROUGE - Nationally recognized visual storyteller, Douglas Ridloff will be performing for a Baton Rouge audience Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Louisiana School for the Deaf.
Ridloff is the owner, executive director and host of ASL SLAM, a monthly open mic event that functions as a space for the Deaf community to use American Sign Language to perform poetry, improv, initiate games, or simply tell a story. Ridloff's monthly event has gained popularity and is now a regular feature in Washington D.C., Chicago, and Orlando.
Ridloff's Baton Rouge performance begins at 7 p.m. and tickets are $30/person, with proceeds going to Kidz Kamp, a weekend summer camp for children who are Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing.
Click here to purchase tickets.
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