Signing Family Comedic Dreams

Meet the enchanting Signing Family Comedic Dreams, a vibrant trio that brings laughter and joy to the Lucidity community through a beautiful visual language of American Sign Language (ASL). With Mom and Dad dancing in silence as Deaf performers and their adorable CODA (Child Of Deaf Adults) kiddo, this family transforms the stage into a canvas of expressive comedy.

Immersed in the world of improvisational performing arts, the trio embraces the challenge of turning audience suggestions into hilarious scenes. Through dynamic sign language, they create a visual feast that not only entertains but also educates. Watch as their hands weave tales of whimsy and wonder, leaving you in stitches and enlightened.

From playful gestures to captivating signs, Signing Family Comedic Dreams invites you on a journey where laughter knows no bounds. Join this dynamic family as they showcase the beauty of connection, breaking down barriers with humor, and proving that comedy truly is a language that can be seen and felt by all. Get ready for a festival experience filled with love, laughter, and the magic of shared dreams!

Scheduled Workshops

  • Whose Sign is it Anyways

    45 min | Imaginarium

    Embark on a laughter-filled adventure with Family Comedic Dreams and their interactive improv show, “Whose Sign is it Anyway?” This vibrant trio, comprising Deaf parents and a CODA kiddo, skillfully uses American Sign Language to craft spontaneous comedy on stage. Beyond the laughs, this performance plays a crucial role in normalizing ASL in festival spaces. By showcasing the expressive beauty of sign language, Family Comedic Dreams breaks down barriers and fosters inclusion, emphasizing the universal nature of humor. “Whose Sign is it Anyway?” transforms festival-goers into active participants, promoting a shared understanding of ASL and encouraging a diverse audience to appreciate the rich linguistic and comedic tapestry that is American Sign Language. Join in this celebration of connection, communication, and the joy of normalizing ASL on the festival stage.