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.
Kilroys Class: Teen Edition!
Practice text analysis, discover new contemporary playwrights, and meet fellow artists in a non-competitive environment.
August Wilson Monologue Competition
A program where students perform the works of August Wilson for a chance to compete in the national competition.
Black is the Light
An ongoing series of classes, workshops, festivals, and networking opportunities for young Black and POC artists.
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Youth Engagement Residencies
Teaching Artists work with classroom teachers to structure residencies focused on civil rights, physical theater, composition, and more.
August Wilson Monologue Competition Regional Finals
On March 25, twelve young artists brought the power of August Wilson's words to life on the virtual stage.
Students work together over several weeks to create, cast, and produce an original play.