From a Conan Doyle-inspired inquiry to an Emmett Till trilogy, from a Baroque opera to an Alaskan Tlingit journey, here are some shows I’d put on my hypothetical theatre calendar.
These theatres prove that you don’t have to be a TYA-specific theatre to commission and produce shows for kids and teens.
The two plays this season explore violence in the world through the lens of adolescents.
Sometimes theatre journalists write insensitive things. We all have unconscious biases, after all—but we can do better.
Teen councils aren’t just about building young audiences; they’ve grown into powerful leadership-building and advocacy tools.
George Orwell’s work returns to Steppenwolf, as well as a world-premiere devised performance by Michael Rohd.
The Hypocrites founder made his name punking the classics. Now, as a solo auteur, he’s leavening Greek tragedies.