RIT/NTID Performing Arts presents "Agency"

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RIT/NTID Performing Arts presents "Agency" written by Raymond Luczak and directed by Luane Davis-Haggerty, March 1-4 in the Robert F. Panara Theatre, LBJ Hall, RIT campus. 

With his exciting and new original play "Agency," Luczak wonders what sort of things could happen in a Deaf advertising agency. Lots, as it turns out. Jerilee battles to save her Deaf agency against a hearing conglomerate while dealing with sexual harassment. Terence and Ava, two young interns, learn a lot more than they'd anticipated. Rhonda is steaming mad at being passed over again for that long-overdue promotion. And just what the heck is going on with Mary, Jerilee's secretive assistant? "Agency" uses humor to explore many issues that involve diversity, audism, and working together. 

Perforances are 7:30 p.m. March 1-3 and 2 p.m. March 4. Tickets are $5 for students and seniors (60+), $10 faculty, staff and alumni, and $12 general public, and may be purchased here or by calling 585-475-4121.