Parting Words from YPT Students

This year, three YPT superstars - Sam Burris, Nana Gongadze and Anna Vargas - graduated from high school. All three have been in our work since middle school, have had their plays produced and were long-term members of our Student Advisory Council. Most recently, Sam and Anna interned with us as part of their "Senior Experience"… Continue reading Parting Words from YPT Students

Love Stinks

New Writers Now! - Mad Love is coming up soon! In preparation for this Anti-Valentine's Day celebration, the YPT staff decided to share some of our worst date stories. Which do you think is truly the worst date? 1. In high school, I went to prom with a guy I had a huge crush on, but… Continue reading Love Stinks

So…Should We Build the Good Neighbor?

As I watched the Express Tour Showcase for the fourth time on Saturday night, I was amazed that I could still find something new and exciting to anticipate in the show. Of course I still enjoyed seeing Alex Perez flounce around the stage as a bully in Love, Math, and Martians Don’t Mix, watching Alex Vernon… Continue reading So…Should We Build the Good Neighbor?

Movie Break: Why the Film “Inception” Made Brigitte So Excited for YPT’s 15th Season

“A single idea from the human mind can build cities.  An idea can transform the rules and rewrite all existence.” -     Cobb (from Inception) This past weekend I took a break from writing grant proposals for YPT and saw Inception, the imaginative new Christopher Nolan film that’s bringing in the box office big bucks this… Continue reading Movie Break: Why the Film “Inception” Made Brigitte So Excited for YPT’s 15th Season

Interview with Katherine Latterner

Theater Educates interviews a different arts educator each month, to get his or her take on our field. This month we talk to Katherine Latterner of Fillmore Arts Center. What is your current position? Katherine: I am currently Principal of the Fillmore Arts Center, a District of Columbia Public School.  Fillmore provides the arts education to… Continue reading Interview with Katherine Latterner