Written by Sarah Berthiaume│Translated by Nadine Desrochers
Returning once more to the Youtheatre stage, smash hit P@ndora will be available exclusively on school tour for High School audiences.
“An unmitigated success.”
– Kathryn Greenway, Montreal Gazette
“…Unlike almost any show I’ve seen at Young People’s Theatre.”
– Jon Kaplan, NOW Toronto
Curious about sex, 16 year-old Pandora uses her iPhone to privately gather information. To her surprise, an innocent search turns into a disturbing journey through the surreal realm of cyber-porn. Conflicted about what she sees, Pandora realizes the dangers of defining oneself through the prism of the internet, and the importance of remaining plugged into the real world.
One of Youtheatre’s most successful plays for grades 9-11, exploring themes of self-esteem, identity, and digital awareness, updated for 2020
Devised by Véronique Bossé + Jeremy Segal, with Joseph Browne
For elementary audiences, Youtheatre is introducing a series of 3 workshops based around the development of the upcoming world premiere of Molecular Futures in 2021!
October 21-25, 2019: Story & Character workshop
We will explore the themes of Molecular Futures and learn to express ourselves through drama games, drawing, and storytelling exercises. With Véronique Bossé (Youtheatre co-Artistic Director).
February 10-14, 2020: Sound workshop
In this exciting workshop, record sounds of everyday objects and hear how they can be changed and combined into a beautiful soundscape. With Joseph Browne (Sound Designer).
May 4-8, 2020: Micro-Art workshop
This unique workshop combines art and science creating beautiful and imaginative visuals with a microscopic video camera. With Jeremy Segal (Youtheatre co-Artistic Director).
Youtheatre’s aim is to engage its audience through compelling theatre which provokes, questions, challenges and entertains. Our major area of focus is the creation, development and production of new works for young people by the finest Canadian playwrights.