A group of young people have come together to write a series of 10-minute plays on topics and issues they find most pressing among their generation. This anthology is nearly 5-years in the making and covers a variety of topics including, but not limited to, police brutality, self-harm, bullying, LGBTQ+ visibility, trauma, poverty, and voice. Each piece that makes up the collective is a winner of the Young Writers Project of Hollywood. “Resonant: Student Voices Anthology” conveys the fears, love, and passions of Generation Z. It’s an exploration of race, gender, and identity from their perspectives. Furthermore, it is a manifestation of their hopes and wishes for the world and it’s time we all listened.
Proceeds from the show will (1) support scholarships for students off to college in the fall, (2) pay alumni who return as mentors for their art, (3) as well as produce original student content the following year. Resonant will run June 20 (7PM), 22 (6:30PM), 23 (1PM), 27 (7PM), and 29 (5PM) as a part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival at the Theatre of NOTE located at 1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90028. Tickets are on sale now. Education Ensemble will also host a workshop on June 21st (1PM) at Theatre of NOTE.
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