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National Theatre of the Deaf

Through its thirty-four year history, The National Theatre of the Deaf stands as testimony to the artistry and capability of its Actors. There have been 64 national tours, performances in all 50 states, all the continents, 31 international tours and over 8,000 performances earning NTD its place in theatrical history as the oldest continually-producing touring theatre company in the United States.


Established in 1974, DEAF Media, Inc., is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to advocating for Deaf arts and to developing cultural, educational, and professional opportunities for the Deaf community.


A resource for anyone interested in Deaf Art, particularly the category defined by Deaf View/Image Art (De'VIA). This site will also provide updated information about the National Touring Exhibit of Deaf Culture Art that will visit seven American cities between October 1999 and November 2000.

Bailiwick Repertory Theatre

Since 1982, Bailiwick has been a daring leader of Chicago's off-Loop theater movement. Plays at the Bailiwick Arts Center embrace the wide diversity of our community. You will see works by classic authors, new plays and musicals by Chicago authors, Holiday plays for the entire family, works performed by deaf artists, the plays and performance pieces in our Pride Series and Lesbian Theater Initiative, late night comedy, improv, and more.

Deaf West Theater

Deaf West Theatre was founded in 1991 to directly improve and enrich the cultural lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. It is a non-profit institution that supports the discovery and exploration of artists' identities and stature as artists. Through the medium of Sign Language Theatre, a legacy of deaf culture is created, shared, and preserved.

Deaf Utopia

Deaf Utopia, signed as DEAF WORLD was created by Angela Petrone Stratiy as an independent business. Angela dreams of a better world for Deaf people away from the obstacles in our everyday lives. An ideal world is free of oppression, discrimination, and misconceptions. Deaf Utopia provides workshops on ASL and Deaf culture, as well as solo comedy shows.

International Center on Deafness and the Arts

This is a website for programs in the area of the arts that are offered to deaf and hard of hearing children in the local Chicago area. Our most famous graduate is Marlee Matlin!

Magic Morgan

Magic Morgan is a Deaf magician. Find out about Morgan's variety of acts for any audience.

Deaf Russian Dance Show

If you are interested in inviting Liliana Morgan for Deaf Festivals, Schools, Workshops, or Anywhere! She can present a workshop for children, adults or anyone about RSL, Russia Crafts and Dancing.

Hear My Hands

Non profit organization dedicated to producing film and video projects in American Sign Language

Deaf Poetry

Collection of work by Deaf poets

Deaf Literature Site

Deaf Literature Site is an entertainment and arts for the Deaf and hearing viewers for their enjoyment, understanding, and learning about the Deaf culture

DEAFology 101: Deaf Culture as Seen Through the Eyes of a Deaf Comedian

The place where sound stops and fun begins!

Performance Art Interpreting

Webpage focused on sign language interpreting in dramatic and musical settings

The original deaflinx.com site was written and authored by Amy Frasu. Deaf Linx is now run by Ericka Wiggins. Here are the Facebook and Twitter pages for Deaf Linx.