Deaf actors will stage a unique production based on the classic Wizard of Oz story.
The Whizz of Oz will be performed by members of Huddersfield Deaf Centre.
The production will be performed by sign language but will also be voiced for hearing members of the audience.
Rehearsals are underway ahead of the one-off show at St Philip’s Community Centre, Birchencliffe, on Saturday, June 8, at 7.30pm.
The show is loosely based on the Wizard of Oz and is directed by Rachel Hardcastle.
Deaf centre chairman Danny Lane has put the music together for the show.
Yvonne Groom, a spokesman for the deaf centre, said it was the first performance of its kind and everyone was excited.
“It’s all about confidence-building and the chance to do something they’ve never done before,” she said.
“Scripts have to be learned and there has been a lot of rehearsal.”
Everyone is welcome at the show and tickets cost £10 for adults and £8 for children and senior citizens. A family ticket costs £30 and under fives are free.
Tickets can be bought on-line at www.huddersfielddeafcentre.ticketsource.co.uk or will be available on the door.