The Young Company at Greater Boston Stage Company helps the next generation become better artists, better audience members, and better people through dramatic education.
ABOUT The Young Company
The Young Company is Greater Boston Stage Company’s year-round education program for students in grades 1-12, offering training in acting, voice, and dance in a professional setting.
Through artistic training and performance opportunities, The Young Company at Greater Boston Stage Company develops life skills such as confidence, self-discipline, and collaboration to inspire and prepare young actors for future creative engagement and success. Our process-oriented programming pushes students to the next level by working with exceptional Boston teaching artists and theatre professionals. Students are also provided with opportunities to work on Mainstage productions side-by-side with professionals.
The Young Company lives by the idea that GOOD THEATRE MAKES GOOD PEOPLE.
Good theatre is created when the audience, the text, and the actor are all engaged. We believe this requires trust, confidence, and empathy – traits which inspire individuals to become responsible community members.
ABOUT THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Director of Education
Tyler is a graduate of The Young Company. Recent directorial credits include: Jack and the Giant, Altar Boyz (Greater Boston Stage Company), Sweeney Todd, Barnum, Alice, Rough Magic, Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka, Just So, Comedy of Errors (The Young Company), Sensations and Disciples (Clark University), and Fortress of Solitude (Boston Theatre Marathon XVII). He can be seen running around Boston as Romeo in a critically acclaimed UK adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
For more information about The Young Company, contact the Education Department at 781-279-7885 x104 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
Director of Education
Greater Boston Stage Company Box Office
395 Main Street
Stoneham, MA 02180
WHICH PROGRAM IS RIGHT
Overture for students in grades 1 – 3
Act 1 for students in grades 4 – 6
Act 2 for students in grades 7 – 9
Act 3 for students in grades 10 – 12