The Round House Theatre Teen Performance Company is a pre-professional program for the next generation of theatre artists. The season-long program culminates in The Sarah Metzger Memorial Play which is directed, designed, stage managed, and performed by the Teen Performance Company, working with professional mentors to help guide them through the process. The 2021-2022 Teen Performance Company performances will take place at Round House Theatre on February 25-27, 2022.
In addition, company members attend master classes and special events, as well as gaining behind the scenes access to other Round House Theatre shows. This is an educational program, and while it is a significant time commitment, previous experience is not required to apply or audition!
For more details about the RHT Teen Performance Program click here.
Join the 2021/22 Teen Performance Program *DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR SOME POSITIONS! Please apply by October 4, 2021.*
Interested in applying to DRAMATURG, STAGE MANAGER, RUN CREW, LIGHTING, or SOUND DESIGN?
Company members are chosen through an application and interview process. DEADLINE EXTENDED! Please apply by October 4. The application includes three short essay questions based on a play of your choice. Apply here.
ACTORS: Auditions will be held on Monday, Oct 4th and Wednesday, Oct 6th at the Round House Theatre Education Center at 925 Wayne Avenue. Email TPC@RoundHouseTheatre.org to sign up for an appointment and receive sides to prepare for auditions.
Questions? Email TPC@RoundHouseTheatre.org
History of The Sarah Metzger Memorial Play
The Sarah Metzger Memorial Play honors the memory of Sarah Emily Metzger, an active member of the theatre community in her school and at Round House, who was killed in an automobile accident during her freshman year of college. One of the Round House family’s lasting memories of Sarah is that, while still a high school student, she independently mounted a full-scale theatre production. Wishing to expand on the opportunities offered by her high school’s theatre department, Sarah worked to raise funds, secure facilities and a production staff, market and promote her production, and direct a full-length play.
After her passing, Sarah’s family worked with Round House to create The Sarah Metzger Memorial Fund as a tribute to the inspiring young woman. Through the generosity of many contributors, the fund provides the financial resources each season for similarly passionate and motivated high school students to create a fully-realized production with a professional theatre company.