The life of a deaf man, raised without knowledge of sign language, is forever changed when a woman who's slowly losing her hearing introduces him to the local deaf community. On the surface a simple story about finding friendship and family in the face of adversity, Tribes also examines the social nature of humans, how we interact with each other and the bonds we form with the world. Presented as part of Phoenix Theatre's new Black Box Series, this award-winning play is for mature audiences only. The production runs January 30 through February 16; tickets cost $30-$60. Call or visit the website for showtimes. 100 E. McDowell Rd., 602-254-2151, phoenixtheatre.com.
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