Death of the American Teenager

What is it about guns? Today’s American high school students have been raised at a time when school shootings have become common and suicide rates have drastically increased. The fight for gun control is a fight that students, teenagers, and children are having to fight. This devised play with music explores how schools have becomes scenes of violence and how that shared experience will define this young generation. Guns are efficient, quick, and their results are irreversible.


For US citizens, contacting your representative is easy and one of the best ways to show your support for gun control. Call your U.S. Senators and Representative via the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at 202-224-3121 and let them know you support federal gun control and that you oppose legislation that would deregulate or increase gun sales. Demand that they advocate for effective gun violence legislation.

For both US and Non-US citizens, donating to gun reform organizations is a great way to help. Your money helps organize protests, pay anti-gun lobbyists, and educate people about gun violence. You can find your states gun control organization through by going to the “Our Affiliates” tab, but there are countless gun control organizations, each with their own tactics and goals. See the LINKS tab for more organizations.

You can also host an informative evening of action and debate to open up a dialogue about the importance of gun control and get friends and family involved in change. Below is a step by step how-to guide courtesy of the Violence Policy Center.

The best way to show your support (as an American citizen) for gun reform is with your vote. -- Gun Violence protection center of Utah -- Ceasefire USA -- March for our Lives -- The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence -- The Brady Campaign -- Violence Policy Center -- Never Again -- Moms Demand Action



Youth Theatre's Conservatory is an award-winning training program for high school actors. It is open to students who want to take their work to the next level. Conservatory competes in state and national competitions and hosts master classes with guest artists from across the nation.

Although these young people are very talented, it is more important that they become great ensemble members that are generous on stage and off. These students make lasting friendships that go beyond the stage and Youth Theatre.