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A FREE devised-theatre program for young adults and lifelong learners

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Summer 2022 Performance


InterGens is a FREE multi-generational program which brings high school students, recent graduates, working artists and lifelong learners together to create original, ensemble-driven theatre that considers the perspectives of all ages.

This devising process begins with story sharing, skill building and experimentation as an ensemble. Between gatherings, participants also read and watch plays, performance art and other media selected around a unifying theme.

At the end of this process, the ensemble prepares for their culminating performance by curating their existing work and generating new scenes using a variety of approaches, including improvisation, movement, clowning, personal writing and theatre games.

This summer, the Goodman will take place online.


Program Dates

The summer 2022 session of InterGens Online begins on Monday, July 18 and runs for four weeks with a culminating with a final, virtual performance on Friday, August 12.

Classes will take place on Mondays, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00am to 12:00pm CT over Zoom.


How to Apply

Applications for this session of InterGens are now closed. Information about upcoming sessions will be posted on this page.


Watch the full length performance of the Spring 2022 final performance.

Teaching Artists

Liam Collier