Autocorrect Thinks I'm Dead

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Every day, through September 30
12th Avenue Arts Capitol Hill (Seattle)
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Three Deaf roommates get more than they bargained for when mysterious messages from Alexander Graham Bell start appearing on a vintage teletypewriter phone (TTY). Told in American Sign Language, spoken English, and English captioning, playwright Aimee Chou puts a delightfully entertaining twist on horror, a genre known for challenging culture and subverting expectations. An obsessive search for the truth of the afterlife only reveals more secrets and challenges us to look at how we bridge our worlds today.

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12th Avenue Arts

1620 12th Ave Seattle, WA 98122 Venue website

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