TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF PRESS RELEASE
Contact: Gabriel Cardenas
FOR RELEASE MAY 13, 2021
Texas School for the Deaf’s Performing Arts Program Presents:
“10 Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine” by Don Zolidis
May 13 – 22, 2021
(AUSTIN) – Available on-demand, May 13-22, 2021, Texas School for the Deaf’s (TSD) performing arts program presents 10 Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine, by Don Zolidis, a virtual play full of handy solutions learned and life lessons shared when the recent lockdown left us to entertain, and sometimes fend for ourselves.
From a search for toilet paper to falling in love with inanimate objects, this ensemble of TSD high school students and faculty shed humor and light on some of the realizations one faces when finding ourselves in survival mode.
WHAT: Texas School for the Deaf’s Performing Arts Program presents
10 Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine – a virtual performance
WHEN: Available May 13 – 22, 2021
WHERE: From anywhere!
Streamed on demand
TICKETS: $5; Available now
MORE: Check out the trailer: https://youtu.be/U-1yC4zjXgI
ABOUT THE TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (TSD)
The Texas School for the Deaf is the oldest continuously operating public school in Texas. Educating students of Texas who are deaf or hard of hearing since 1856, the campus also provides outreach and educational resources for students, their families and professionals in deaf education throughout the state of Texas. With educational excellence and a strong belief in a culture and community at TSD, students form a unique identity based on their individual strengths and talents. TSD is an environment where students learn, grow, and belong. For more information about the Texas School for the Deaf, visit: tsd.state.tx.us.