YET One Act Play Series 2019

This May, YET will present two weekends of contemporary theater in the YET One Act Play Series 2019 at the Byrdcliffe Theatre!  This year’s One Act Series will include 13 plays from award-winning playwrights as well as an original play by one of very our teen thespians.  Each weekend will present different plays from the YET One Act Series!  

WEEKEND 1: Friday, May 3 @ 7 PM & Saturday, May 4, @3 PM & @7 PM 

No More Monsters by Jess Honovich – Gabriella Ferri, Quinn Victor, Natalie Breedon

Italian American Reconciliation by John Patrick Shanley – Trudy Poux & Silas Schwartz

Liner Notes by John Patrick Bray – Piper Levine

The Memory Box by Chris Shaw Swanson – Natalie Breedon & Coco O’Malley

Goodbye Charlie by Trudy Poux – Gabriella Ferri, Piper Levine, Coco O’Malley, Trudy Poux, Lily Raper, Silas Schwartz, Ella Ullman, Cody Victor, Quinn Victor

 

WEEKEND 2Friday, May 10 @ 7 PM & Saturday, May 11 @ 3 PM & @ 7 PM

She’s Fabulous, by Jack Neary – Gabriella Ferri & Trudy Poux

On The Edge by Craig Pospisil – Piper Levine & Cody Victor

Home Front by James Duff – Emily Rosakranse

Absent Grace by Claudia Barnett – Natalie Breedon & Quinn Victor

Outcome by S.W. Senek  – Coco O’Malley & Cody Victor

Horticultural Therapy by George Sauer – Emily Rosakranse & Silas Schwartz

WHERE?   Byrdcliffe Theatre, 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Rd, Woodstock, NY 12498              TIX?   All tickets are $10.  Purchase tix HERE!

WHAT IS YET?

Youth Ensemble Theater (YET)  provides pre-professional theater institutes for upper elementary, middle and high school aged students, and engages young people in a dynamic ensemble process to create and perform contemporary cutting edge theater that reflects the collective voice of diverse and divergent points of view and experiences.

The purpose is to narrow the space between life and performance, where young people can play as close to the edge in their art form as possible…And as our youths expand their view, they will revitalize our rural cities and communities with the voices of original artistic expression. GO HERE to learn more about our theater programs for young people. 

YET also provides the Intergenerational Ensemble, dedicated to bringing together community members across barriers of age, culture, race, and gender to create FLASH THEATER events in public settings. Learn more about Intergenerational Ensemble HERE! 

In YET’s training institutes educators, youth theater directors, and group leaders can learn YET’s engaging approach to group building and social skills. GO HERE to learn more about our training institutes!

More questions?  email Amy Poux 

 

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