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Theatre for Youth and Community Collection

This guide is to engage researchers and community members with the history of theatre for young audiences and drama in education.

ASU Faculty: Featured Works

Arizona State University has an internationally recognized program in Theatre for Youth and Community. Here are a few items in recent publication that highlights work by faculty.

Suggested plays

Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy, Cheryl West.

And in This Corner: Cassius Clay, by Idris Goodwin

Dont u love me? by Linda Daugherty.

Cinderella Eats Rice and Beans: a Salsa Fairy Tale, by  Karen Zacarías.

Bocon, by Lisa Boomer.

Elsewhere in Elsinore: The Unseen Women in Hamlet, by Caleen Sinnette Jennings

Finding monologues

National Theatre Black Plays Archive: Catalogue for the first professional production of every African, Caribbean and Black British play produced in Britain.

Non-binary Monologues Project: Includes monologues from non-binary, gender fluid, genderqueer, asexual, trans masculine and trans feminine characters.

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