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Geneva Theatre Guild Youth Theatre Presents

Starting Over

 

Starting Over

A series of 10 short plays that demonstrate the beauty of new beginnings, believing in oneself, and laughter throughout

These 9 short plays vary greatly in style - from a Radio Play to Pantomime to Shakespeare!

Students will have the opportunity to learn about different styles of theatre while creating our own 2021 style.

 The Plays 

The Wee Triple Swine of Briarvine

The Condor Egg

A Golden Peace of Mind

The First Fire

Almost Fairy Time

LGBT Sketch

Birds of a Feather

Jack and the Beanstalk

Buck Fanshaw's Funeral

 We Can't Wait to See You!! 

 
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The Pieces

As our world is constantly changing - so must we...

This year's Youth Production will once again be a unique experience! We will be working this summer in a Hybrid (virtual/in-person) setting.

The Wee Triple Swine of Briarvine

By Bill Schulte

A Shakespearean adaptation of The Three Little Pigs

The Condor Egg 

By Jeff Dunne

An imaginative teen dreams of doing something unusual for the school art show

A Golden Peace of Mind

By Debra A. Cole

When a poor farmer and his wife find themselves without the basic needs, a chance meeting with a traveling stranger will change everything.

The First Fire

By Janea Dahl

A pantomime production of an Aboriginal folktale about an ancient tribe from the stars

Almost Fairy Time

By Diana Burbano

A creative prequel to Midsummer Night's Dream explaining how "Billiam" came up with the story

LGBT Sketch

By Corrina Bryant

A handful of monologues about LGBT acceptance

Birds of a Feather

By Debra A. Cole

Four eggs, about to hatch, find out that it's what is inside that counts

Jack and the Beanstalk

By Ruth Landowne-Giordano

A radio play adaptation of the classic fairytale

Buck Fanshaw's Funeral

By Mark Twain

Adapted by David Carkeet

A minister from the east is called to serve in a Nevada mining town. When his stilted language and the local dialect mix, things are sure to get interesting