UCIS and ASL Open House 2019

This year, UConn Communication Access and Interpreting Services will be about the new ASL major and developments within our interpreting services on October 3rd from 4 PM to 7 PM located in the Heritage Room (fourth floor of Homer Babbidge Library). All are welcomed to RSVP on our Facebook (@UConnInterpretingServices) or by email at Hope to see you there!


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What Do YOU Want to See at CRT?

We’re partnering with the Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) again this semester to offer an ASL-interpreted performance of their Fall productions: The Grapes of Wrath, Good Children, and A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration.  Here’s Milmaglyn Morales to tell us more:


Which shows do you want to see ASL-interpreted?

Vote Now!

Polls close Monday, September 10.

Come See “Newsies” this Saturday!



Hello everyone!

My name is Fernando and I work as an ASL consultant for the UConn Communication Access and Interpreting Services (UCIS) in their collaboration with the Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) to provide interpreted theatrical performances. The third and final performance of the summer season, “Newsies”, is occurring right now and will be interpreted on Saturday, July 15th at 2:00. The interpreters for this show will be Julie Pond and Jon Henry, with myself as the consultant.

“Newsies” is a show inspired by the “Newsboy Strike of 1899” and includes themes of social justice and exploitative labor. During this show you will watch the newsboys as they journey towards finding their voice and standing up for themselves! I will not tell you how it ends; you will need to come see it for yourself!

If you are interested in purchasing tickets to the interpreted performance of this show, please contact CRT’s box office. You may call them at (860) 486-2113 and request tickets in the “interpreted section” or purchase silver or bronze seats online, and then send an email to the box office at and you will be placed in the reserved ASL priority seats. I suggest you contact them at your earliest convenience to guarantee a seat for yourself!

It might be a good idea to get to the theatre early, as well. This will give you ample time to find your seat, to socialize with other patrons, and to check out the lobby video. This is a video with safety instructions and theatre announcements presented in ASL.

We look forward to seeing you there on Saturday, July 15th at 2:00 PM!