A new program from TYA/USA, which partners its writers with 24 major TYA theatres, is billed as the largest such effort ever undertaken in the field.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
The study, conducted with the Center for Scholars & Storytellers, shows that gender and race representation in TYA work has increased over the past decade.
The festival will feature readings of 8 new works for young audiences.
The gathering, which featured YA novelist Jason Reynolds, focused on eliminating barriers—especially ones between kids and adults.
TCG will team up with the NEA and TYA/USA to present a one-day convening about Theatre for Young Audiences.
The service organization recognizes theatre artists and companies working in the TYA field.
The biannual event, which took place in the Bay Area May 3-6, focused on issues of diversity and education.
The Arizona–based youth theatres join forces with national organizations to offer students playwriting opportunities.
Staff changes and transitions take place from Missouri’s Kansas City Rep to the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn.