That’s a wrap! YPT’s 20th anniversary performance season is in the books, and it was one for...well, the books. Read all about it here, including summaries of all six 2014-15 performances!
On January 27, 2015, YPT organized an open mic-style pop-up event to respond to the #BlackLivesMatter movement in America. Held at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Silence Is Violence: A #BlackLivesMatter Event featured YPT students and professional artists reading work inspired by the movement. The event culminated in space for community reflection and response. YPT Program Associate and Teaching Artist Farah… Continue reading Reflections on Silence Is Violence: A #BlackLivesMatter Event
Happy New Year! Traditionally at this time, we present a countdown of things that we are excited for in the coming year. In honor of our 20th Anniversary, we are mixing it up a bit this year! Start your 2015 with this list of ten YPT milestones: Then and Now. Join us in celebrating our past and gearing… Continue reading YPT Then and Now
Every year, YPT’s New Play Festival features 15 of the best plays written by our students across Greater Washington. We also publish an annual New Play Festival Book, which features all 15 plays from the Festival, as well as the 15 finalist plays. All 30 students are honored onstage and given free copies of the… Continue reading YPT’s New Play Festival Book Giveaway