A FREE devised-theatre program for young adults and lifelong learners
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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.
The summer 2023 session of InterGens begins on Tuesday, June 27 and runs for six weeks with a culminating with a final, in-person performance on Monday, August 7.
Classes will take place on Tuesdays and Friday from 10:00am to 12:00pm at the Goodman (170 N Dearborn St). There will be no class on July 4, but participants will be expected to attend a tech rehearsal on the day of the final performance.
How to Apply
Applications for the summer session of InterGens are now closed. We have a limited number of spots still available for high school students. If you are a young artists interested in joining the ensemble, please email InterGens@GoodmanTheatre.org.