Performance at the Hygienic

Veronica Hamel, center, of Norwich, attempts to get the attention of 3-month-old Brynn Ann Maria Hickey of Groton as members of the National Theatre of the Deaf perform The Little Theatre of the Deaf's "Stories in my Pocket Too" on Sunday at the Hygienic Art Park in New London. Hamel is a family friend of Hickey's mother, Brynn Hickey, left. The National Theatre of the Deaf performs works in a style that links American Sign Language with the spoken word.
Veronica Hamel, center, of Norwich, attempts to get the attention of 3-month-old Brynn Ann Maria Hickey of Groton as members of the National Theatre of the Deaf perform The Little Theatre of the Deaf's "Stories in my Pocket Too" on Sunday at the Hygienic Art Park in New London. Hamel is a family friend of Hickey's mother, Brynn Hickey, left. The National Theatre of the Deaf performs works in a style that links American Sign Language with the spoken word. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo

Veronica Hamel, center, of Norwich, attempts to get the attention of 3-month-old Brynn Ann Maria Hickey of Groton as members of the National Theatre of the Deaf perform The Little Theatre of the Deaf's "Stories in my Pocket Too" on Sunday at the Hygienic Art Park in New London. Hamel is a family friend of Hickey's mother, Brynn Hickey, left. The National Theatre of the Deaf performs works in a style that links American Sign Language with the spoken word.

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