Nothing to do this summer? Why not come out and watch 100 Decibels--A Deaf Mime Troupe?  Ever wonder what it would be like to communicate with someone who speaks a completely different language?   Using no words, signs or hash tags, 100 Decibels use the most universal language to entertain you - physical comedy!

Back for their second Fringe, this diverse group of Deaf artists promise to tickle your funny bone and make you smile until your cheeks are sore with delight.

Their show will run July 15 to 26 at the John Hirsch MainStage on 174 Market Avenue (Enter from back alley; John Hirsch Ppi.J).  Their show is about 45 minutes and tickets are $10.00.  You can buy tickets at http://www.winnipegfringe.com/show-filter.aspx#100+Decibels.

This is a very humorous show that you definitely should not miss!

Troupe members are Joanna Hawkins, Frank Nausugumana and Christopher Bryan DeGuzman.  Director is Shannon Guile.

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