Finding ways to off-set the impact of international touring was a hot topic at recent TYA gatherings.
Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s longtime managing director forever changed TYA, in the islands and beyond.
With a season of original and adapted puppet shows for young audiences (and occasionally adults), Mesner makes theatre that is deeply felt, among other materials.
11 artistic teams will develop new works to expand the TYA canon.
The New York theatre announces an array of productions for young people and family audiences.
The gathering, which featured YA novelist Jason Reynolds, focused on eliminating barriers—especially ones between kids and adults.
The honors, for excellence in theatre for young audiences, will go to Stan Foote, Rosemary Newcott, Chicago Children’s Theatre, and Courtney J. Boddie.
A 500-year-old Mexican American tradition is going strong, honoring tradition while picking up topical inflections along the way.
Some of today’s best theatre is being made for young audiences. What it will it take for critics, audiences, and funders to recognize it?
Youth theatres often receive less funding than adult theatres, but some have become adept at making a multi-pronged case for support.