Lake Windfall

Join us for a fundraiser for Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf and Deaf, Inc. , hosted by Lake Windfall 's Make Up Artist, Philip J. Wolfe.  Actor Will Sanders and personal chef Amy Salter will also be in attendance.

The film is a portrait of interactions between deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people. The plot focuses on five characters in a post-apocalyptic setting. Told with humor and emotion, this film takes an authentic look at three different types of hearing loss experiences. While navigating through this tale of awareness and survival, both hearing and deaf will realize how critical effective communication is to our collective survival.

**ASL with subtitles and audio for our hearing audience.**

Please plan to arrive at 1pm. For information on location, parking and transit, please visit:

There will be an after party following the screening. Details will be announced at the Theatre.

ADVANCED TICKETS (purchase through Philip J. Wolfe at , PayPal accepted):
Students: $10
General Admission: $20

Students: $15 with current ID
General Admission: $30

For each ticket sold, $7 of the proceeds will benefit Deaf, Inc.  The remainder will benefit Northwest Rainbow Alliance for the Deaf (NWRAD), an organization promoting solidarity and equality through advocacy and communication avenues to Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, queer and, intersexual (LGBTQI) individuals.

QUESTIONS? Contact Philip J. Wolfe at



Saturday, June 8