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ALADDIN
Sunday August 19
Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
Sunday August 13
State Theatre, VIC

KINKY BOOTS SYDNEY
Saturday July 29
Capitol Theatre, Sydney, NSW

DISRUPTED FESTIVAL
Saturday July 29 - July 30
State Library of WA

Auslan Stage Left enables and provides quality Auslan interpreted theatre, and training to interpreters and deaf consultants in the area of theatre interpreting. This organisation is auspiced under Arts Access Victoria. We are a not for profit organisation, managed by two volunteer directors (Medina Sumovic and Susan Emerson), an Outreach Coordinator (Mai Bryant Kelly) and Communications Co-ordinator (Melissa Lawlor-Smith).  Get in touch!


Upcoming Shows

Writing Science Fiction Workshop [Melbourne]
Sunday July 23, 2017 – 10:00 AM

Level 2, The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria

Writing Science Fiction Workshop [Melbourne]

Funemployed – Living with Yourself as a Writer [Melbourne]
Wednesday July 26, 2017 – 6:00 PM

Level 2, The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne Victoria

Funemployed - Living with Yourself as a Writer [Melbourne]

Peter Singer On What Really Matters [Melbourne]
Friday July 28, 2017 – 6:15 PM

Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne

Peter Singer On What Really Matters [Melbourne]

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What does the deaf community think about Auslan Stage Left?

There is only one word to describe my experience watching the Auslan interpreted Grease the Musical- PHENOMENAL!…Theatre interpreting is like an art in itself! It changed every single perception I have ever had of theatre and it’s accessibility.

Melissa Lowrie