Though we see each performer and interperter as seperate individuals, we expect all our staff to have personal and professional, relationships within their prospective industries. For an Artist and Interperter to be successful, that relationship is not individual or private.
We believe, the Artistic and Professional path is not intended to be lived in isolation. By default we were designed for community; relationship with Industry professionals and with each other as artists is more than a good idea, in this day and age it is essential for our survival. Asl performance is not merely a place that we work for but a people to whom we belong. We are members of the body Artistic with the expectation that we contribute to that universal body for the good of our Businesses, the Arts and each other in general.