YOUNG PRODUCERS GUILD
Young Producers Guild Mission Statement:
To bring together young community members to practice critical skills such as communication, collaboration, leadership, problem-solving and perseverance through the theatre arts in a safe and supportive environment. Members of the Young Producers Guild (YPG) learn the critical elements of theatrical production by leading and creating their own theatre arts experiences through guided mentorship. The goal of the YPG is to foster an atmosphere where young adults can work together and celebrate their collective love of theatre while
gaining a new perspective on the creative production process.
What is the commitment?
The YPG meets monthly to go over budget, shows, and membership. We are also involved with the AIM board of directors and discuss these things with them as well. Active participants in the YPG are encouraged to attend these meetings, and monthly newsletters will be mailed to the participants of the YPG. The YPG meetings are open to any teen looking to get involved in the process. When involved in a show or other project, all YPG participants agree to commit to rehearsal, solicit donations, uphold the mission and be supportive of other perspectives from the fellow YPG members.
How do I get involved?
Even if you don’t act onstage, the YPG allows every teen aged 12-20 to get involved in every aspect of theatre. Lights, sound, costuming, fundraising, the YPG will do it all in order to put on teen-led productions every year. If you’re interested in becoming involved in the Young Producers Guild, you can contact Andrew Fournier at firstname.lastname@example.org, Ava Frechette at email@example.com, or any of the Arts In Motion board members.