We all know what a teenager is right? If you answered ‘a young person aged between 13 and 19 years old’, then you would be correct and can award yourself 10 adult points. We’ve probably all met one and we have certainly all been one. But do we really know what it is like to be one in 2021?
The teens of Youth Theatre Juniors have come together to create an interactive diary, taking you through the mind of a young person. Explore everything and anything to do with teenage life, from their experiences of the global pandemic to demanding new and necessary rights, in this short film.
Lead Artist – Catherine Ward Stoddart
Supporting Artist – Sarah Miele
Assisting Artist – Lisa Kennedy
Film Editor – Miriam Sarah Doren
Young Person’s Guide to Being a Teenager has been created in strict adherence with the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 guidelines for rehearsing and presenting work for digital consumption.
The Tron gratefully acknowledges support for our online workshop programme from the Hugh Fraser Foundation and also the Gordon Fraser Foundation.
Image: I Know You Are, But What Am I?, Tron Youth Theatre Juniors 2019, credit John Johnston.
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