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YAT & StartStrong Indy Freeze at Central Library

On Saturday February 11th, Young Actors Theatre and StartStrong Indy presented the theatrical performance “Don’t u luv me?” to raise awareness about teen dating violence. Below, watch their pre-show improvisational freeze performed in Central Library’s Atrium. A special Thank You … Continue reading

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YAT & the Learning Curve invite you to…

Young Actors Theatre @ Central Library’s Clowes Auditorium Saturday, January 7th Rapunzel @ 11 a.m. (Kidz) A modern twist of a classic fairy-tale! See the classic characters Rapunzel and Mother Gothol and get to know new characters Queen Furaday and … Continue reading

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YAT Presents: The Hobbit – Saturday, July 23rd & Sunday, July 24th @ 2:00pm

This upcoming weekend, Indianapolis’ Young Actors Theatre and the Learning Curve present an adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, dramatized by Edward Mast. Like always, it’s a free show for all-ages! This program will be held in Central Library’s Clowes … Continue reading

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Young Actors Theatre – Teenz

YAT Teenz created informational postcards from across the globe, using the World Geography database available at IMCPL’s Just for Kids / Homework page. (Hint: look on the right column of the page.) Check out their results below.

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YAT & Start Strong Indy Present…

You’ve got two chances to catch this presentation of dont u luv me?, along with Start Strong video contest winners. Catch ‘em on Saturday, February 5th & 12th @ 2pm in Central Library’s Clowes Auditorium. Read below for more details: … Continue reading

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Stories on Stage

This past weekend, the Young Actors Theatre of Indianapolis came to Central Library to perform their renditions of The BFG, The Witches, and 1984. Each of these plays was based on the story of a well-known book. Check out the … Continue reading

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