Youth ages 11-17: imagine yourself working with pros to direct a music video, record beats, or shoot a documentary. Now stop imagining and make it happen! BAYCAT Youth Academy students choose an area of interest to specialize in, and create an episode of BAYCAT’s long-running TV show "Zoom In." Get this: the program is free! Apply ASAP!
Each One Reach One and Success Center SF will debut Theater of the Oppressed on April 28. Youth craft and perform skits dramatizing oppressive life situations. After the first performance, youth repeat the skit with one crucial difference—spectators become "spect-actors" and can yell "freeze!” and replace an actor to try to transform the outcome. The performance is free and registration is requested.
Starring talented students in grades 3-5 from the Western Addition Beacon Center, the Buchanan YMCA’s Margaret Hayward Rec-Connect, and Booker T. Washington Community Service Center, Handful Players' "Who's In the Rabbit House?" tells the story of how a community combats a bully who tramples individual rights by mobilizing, speaking in unison, and working together to find common ground.