Erin Sanders-Sigmon

Erin Sanders-Sigmon is a mentor, deaf & DeafBlind multilingual Interpreter, transliterator, writer, consultant, Director of Artistic Sign Language (DASL), abolitionist, and survivor of ZOOM Culture. She believes in 360* views, ALL Justices, especially Language, Disability, Transformative, Restorative, Social, and Racial Justice, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. She has consulted on and interpreted across theatres nationally and internationally. Some of Erin’s most notable accomplishments are consulting on Mamma Mia, Cabaret, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood at Connecticut Repertory Theatre, interpreting Bad Dates at Huntington Theatre Company, interpreting Animal Farm for Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago, consulting on Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Jagged Little Pill, and interpreting Hamilton at Broadway in Boston, Ms. Sanders-Sigmon has performed and consulted on one-woman monologues (Iphigenia in Aulis, Getting Out, The Seahorse) in Belgium, Brussels, and The Netherlands as well as in US cities and states. She is beyond excited to work with her co-DASL and their amazing interpreting team for Evita at A.R.T!