Some Assembly celebrates its 17th season with the Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group (RHYTAG) Program and yearly projects!
We are excited to be working on our new RHYTAG project! Youth from throughout the Lower Mainland are collaborating with professional artists as mentors on the creation, production and performances of a play to promote awareness, wellness, prevention and dialogue about issues they face. New aspects to the project this year involve filmmaker Flick Harrison and a video-story telling aspect to the production, spoken word development with Rup Sidhu and we have more opportunities for youth involvement!
We are looking for youth age 13-18 to help with our production’s set and props!
Design Workshops: Tuesday February 6 and Thursday March 22 (7-9pm) Free
If interested contact Valerie: email@example.com
Since 2002, this award-winning youth theatre program has engaged over 2,000 diverse youth in the creation of 28 plays performed to over 30,000 audience members from throughout British Columbia including schools, community groups and general public. This new production will be presented May 2-5, 2018 in the Roundhouse Performance Centre. Email us if you want early tickets!
The RHYTAG Project is a collaboration between Youth and Some Assembly Theatre Company with artists: Valerie Methot, Ken Lawson, Jeremy Baxter, Anna Talbot, Athena Ivison, Nikki McLaren, Allen Morrison, Flick Harrison and Rup Sidhu.