From Cabarets to Summer blockbusting musicals, here's a look back at our performance journey so far!
Please join us for an evening of 10-minute plays performed by the young artists in Theater for Young Professionals' Monday night acting class. Characters laugh, cry, fume, hate, plead and question life and death, good and bad in this collection of plays woven with humor and heart. Prom Royalty: What begins as a wonderful parade ride for high-school royalty dissolves into a hilarious disaster. Ghost Trackers: Four high-school students visit a haunted house in the hopes of catching paranormal activity for a school project. Subtext: Boy and Girl are on a first date. Their inner thoughts (Sub and Text) follow them around saying what Boy and Girl are really thinking. Danny: Three sisters visit their brother, Danny's, gravesite on the one-year anniversary of his death. I'll Be Seeing You (performed twice): Two friends are reunited briefly a week after one of them committed suicide.
A Live Stream Presentation of the play by Sarah DeLappe
Join Theater for Young Professionals and 34 of their artists as they perform songs that center on the theme of love in popular musical theater shows. Be prepared to laugh, cry and be blown away by the incredible talent in this performance! This show is available as a 48 hour download from February 10-21, 2021.
It begins after lunch on Melissa’s phone. Someone she doesn’t know is texting her looking for a drug hook-up. Soon, eight very different high-school kids are getting bizarre texts from numbers they don’t recognize—budding romances, bitter rivalries, even violent threats. What’s going on? A digital mystery for texters.
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Welcome to Future, an unincorporated village being monitored by Society. The village population—five randomly selected children—is driven by a national effort to develop “appropriately adapted young citizens.” Upon arriving, the residents are given a book bag of supplies and a smartphone. The smartphone is their only connection to mainstream America and is constantly fed with a steady stream of news, entertainment and culture. At the end of each day, the residents meet to share what they’ve learned. A countdown clock looms over the meeting area and continues counting down. Having lived in Future for 12 years, the residents are now 18. It is their last day together, their final meeting under the clock. Their book bags are well-worn, their smartphones are in need of an upgrade. Today, at 00:00:00, they will learn of their next residence outside of Future.
ZOOMED is TYP Productions first short film written by Jordan Miller. Nine teens meet over a mysterious Zoom call that asks them to exposes each others darkest secrets. If they tell on one another, then all is forgiven. If not, there are deadly consequences.
Footage featuring rehearsals and live performance!