Deaf West Theatre, in association with The Forest of Arden, reinvents the multiple Tony Award-winning musical about lost innocence and the struggles of youth with an immersive production performed simultaneously in American Sign Language and spoken English.

Based on Frank Wedekind’s controversial 1891 expressionist play of the same name and featuring an electrifying rock/pop score, Spring Awakening follows the lives of a group of adolescents as they navigate their entry into sexual awareness. Featuring a cast of 25 deaf, hard of hearing and hearing actors and musicians including MAX FISHMAN as himself.

All Shows Sold Out 

Inner-City Arts
720 Kohler Street


Los Angeles, CA 90021


Sunday September 7, 2014 at 3pm [Preview]
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 8pm [Preview]
Wednesday, September 10 at 8pm [Preview]
Thursday, September 11 at 8pm [VIP Fundraiser Preview]
Friday, September 12 at 8pm [Preview]

Saturday September 13 at 8pm Opening Night  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, September 14 at 3pm [Opening Weekend]  — SOLD OUT —
Thursday, September 18 at 8pm [ASL Night]  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, September 19 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, September 20 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, September 21 at 3pm  — SOLD OUT —
Thursday, September 25 at 8pm (ASL Night)  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, September 26 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, September 27 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, September 28 at 3pm   — SOLD OUT —
    Performance moved to 8pm
Thursday, October 2 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Friday, October 3 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, October 4 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, October 5 at 3pm  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, October 10 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, October 11 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, October 12 at 3pm  — SOLD OUT —
Wednesday, October 15 at 8pm  – SOLD OUT —
Thursday, October 16 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, October 17 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, October 18 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, October 19 at 3pm   — SOLD OUT —
Sunday October 19 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Thursday, October 23 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Friday, October 24 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, October 25 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, October 26 at 3pm   — SOLD OUT —
Sunday October 26 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Wednesday October 29 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Thursday, October 30 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, October 31 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, November 1 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday, November 2 at 3pm  — SOLD OUT —
Sunday November 2 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT  —
Thursday, November 6 at 8pm  — SOLD OUT —
Friday, November 7 at 8pm   — SOLD OUT —
Saturday, November 8 at 8pm  – SOLD OUT —
Sunday, November 9 at 3pm  – SOLD OUT —








FBI Weighs Looser Pot Rules for New Hires – Funny

From todays WSJ – quote from FBI Director James Comey
Congress has authorized the FBI to add 2,000 personnel to its rolls this year, and many of those new recruits will be assigned to tackle cybercrimes, a growing priority for the agency. That is a problem, said Mr. Comey, as a lot of the nation's top computer programmers and hacking gurus are also fond of marijuana.
"I have to hire a great work force to compete with those cybercriminals, and some of those kids want to smoke weed on the way to the interview," Mr. Comey said. He added that the agency was now "grappling" with how to amend its marijuana policies.  Full Article

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Fixing the “ACL found but not expected on …” error during OSX Volume Repair

Symptom – Running the OSX Disk Utility program and selecting Verify Disk permissions results is multiple error of ACL found but not expected on [filename]”  While these errors can be safely ignored (ACLs are Access Control Lists) it does make reading the results of the disk verify difficult.    Fix – Fletcher Tomalty has written a python script that can be run from the command line to remove these unexpected ACLs.  The script uses the OSX Disk Utility to find the files and then does a sudo chmod -h -N on each of them. I have used it successfully on Mountain Lion 10.9.9.

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FCC’s New Rules Could Threaten Net Neutrality

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is circulating a proposal for new FCC rules on the issue of network neutrality, the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all data that travels over their networks equally. Unfortunately, early reports suggest those rules may do more harm than good.  READ MORE