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        Pooh Bear in sign language

        April 2, 2011
        Winnie the Pooh sign language show

        American theatre company Windwood Productions are offering a unique presentation of Winnie the Pooh, an adaptation that features story telling through the hands and voices of deaf and hearing actors.

        Theatre troupe Sign Stage on Tour, now in their 15th year of performances; have been touring America with their unique stage production of Winnie the Pooh; featuring all of our favourite A.A Milne characters of Hundred Acre Wood, the performance uses both spoken English and sign language simultaneously.