Shoshannah Stern — Ready for Prime Time. I was reclined, watching this show on cable just to wallow in entertainment, taking it in for white noise or a lullaby. Then a captivating girl, deaf like me, appeared on screen, rebuking the clumsy advances of a high school boy and bringing looks that kill to uncharted brazenness. Thrown into emotional and financial turbulence, Nancy starts dealing marijuana to make ends meet and soon finds herself in a social network quite different from her former life, with repercussions for the entire family. The twist here is that Weeds is no inner-city tale. Opening credits show the fictitious city of Agrestic, a suburbia generica populated by conformists—morning commuters pulling out identical black SUVs from their driveways onto a winding street of McMansions, white oxfords-and-black-tie types sipping lattes, and trophy housewives jogging with iPods latched to their waistbands.
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Purchase your ticket at www. Shoshannah Stern represents the fourth generation of a deaf family. There she pursued her love of theater, winning numerous awards for her performances. During the winter recess of her senior year, she flew to Los Angeles, after receiving a random casting call for Off Center.
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American Sign Language was her first language and she knows how to speak and read lips. Shoshannah attended Gallaudet University and currently lives in Hollywood, California with her husband. Shoshannah has acted in theatre, television, and film and is a true inspiration not only to deaf women, but women everywhere. Shoshannah is a huge supporter of DeafHope, an organization whose mission is to end domestic and sexual violence against women.