Seattle Rep's youth engagement program collaborates with over 12,000 educators, teens, and student theatergoers, engaging with the next generation of creative minds and art enthusiasts.
Theater of the Empowered
Every other Thursday 4:30-6:30 p.m.
February 24 - May 5
A class to express creativity and passions through theater games and performance
Next Narrative Monologue Competition
A new national program for high schoolers featuring works by contemporary African American playwrights.
Black is the Light
An ongoing series of classes, workshops, festivals, and networking opportunities for young BIPOC artists.
Students work together over several weeks to create, cast, and produce an original play.
Youth Engagement Residencies
Teaching Artists work with classroom teachers to structure residencies tailored to their class learning objectives.
Bring your students or youth groups to experience shows at Seattle Rep.
Youth Works Festival
From solo shows to songwriting and beyond, this two-day festival showcases original work by local youth.
On select Fridays, teens are invited to see our shows for $5 with a free pre-show reception, fun activities, and more.
August Wilson Monologue Competition
A decade of celebrating the work of the great August Wilson.
Seattle Rep’s K-12 Youth Engagement Programs are supported by:
The Chisholm Foundation
ArtsFund | Loeb Family Charitable Foundations | City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Hazel Miller Foundation | Horizons Foundation | Muckleshoot Charitable Fund
Forest Foundation | Hubbard Family Foundation | Theatre Forward