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Hello Friends!

With winter fast approaching, we’re gearing up for another exciting Winter Festival. Why are we so pumped about it, you ask? Well, that’s a great question!

The Winter Festival is a special time for us at The Young Company, where we champion the idea that “Good Theatre Makes Good People!” What does that mean? Another good question!

We’ve gathered some of the finest theatre educators in the Boston area to join us, all of whom understand the incredible impact of theatre education on individuals and their communities. Every day, we’re focused on pushing our students to excel in singing, dancing, and acting.

But that’s not all. We’re also committed to helping performers develop valuable skills like agency, communication, and leadership – skills that will serve them not only as artists but also as active community members. Creating theatre and connecting with audiences brings a unique kind of joy that we believe everyone should experience.

So, whether you’re a seasoned theatre pro or you’ve never stepped foot on a stage before, the Winter Festival has something exciting in store for you.

Believe it or not, we have students coming back for their 10th (or more!) Winter Festival. If that’s not a sign that we’re doing something right, we don’t know what is!

We hope to see you there!

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“Winter Festival has become a second home to me. It has fostered my love for theatre in ways I could have never imagined, and you’ll only find that experience at GBSC. In addition, I have been welcomed into a family of both youth and adults that have shown me what true compassion looks like”

– Young Company Student


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Act 1: Entering Grades 4 to 6

Act 2: Entering Grades 7 to 9 

Act 3: Entering Grades 10 to 12

Our programs are separated by grades as a way for us to develop specific educational goals that we feel align with those ages. 

Theatrical program for students entering grades 4-12.

December 11-February 11

Winter break from 12/22 – 1/1

Performances: February 8-11