Overview

Hindsight Is
Written and performed by the Teen Performance Company
Streaming on demand April 16 – May 31​, 2021 
Digital Access is free, but tickets are required

After the entire world shifted last year, how did high school students navigate their new lives? From Zoom school to election night and social media to BLM protests, 2020 was full of unprecedented stories. Now, the Round House Teen Performance Company is ready to share theirs. Featuring mockumentaries, radio plays, spoken word performances, and more, the 19th Annual Sarah Metzger Memorial Play is a digital collage of experiences. Hindsight Is explores the past year through the eyes of the 19 Company members, who worked collaboratively to create a series of virtual theatrical experiences—all while having never met in person.

This virtual production is FREE, but to view the show we ask that you please click the "Buy Tickets" button above or click here to reserve your ticket. You will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to watch the show.
 

The Round House Theatre Teen Performance Company is a pre-professional program for the next generation of theatre artists. Round House gathers the region’s most creative young theatre artists and provides mentorship to them as they work on a play at our theatre. 

The program culminates in The Sarah Metzger Memorial Play, which is directed, designed, stage managed, and performed by high school students. The Sarah Play Metzger Memorial Play was established by the Metzger family and friends to celebrate the memory of Sarah Metzger, an inspiring and active member of the theatre community, who was killed in an automobile accident during her freshman year of college.

Round House Theatre is grateful to the Metzger family and all donors who have supported the Teen Performance Company, Play It Forward, and Round House Education, who together make this program possible year after year.

Support for Round House Theatre Education programs is provided by: Robert Lewicki and Edna Boyle; Bruce J. Heim Foundation; Clark-Winchole Foundation; Lorraine S. Dreyfuss Theatre Education Foundation; Clare Evans; Robert Lewicki and Edna Boyle; Maryland State Department of Education; Maureen and Michael McMurphy and the Patrick Michael McMurphy Memorial Foundation; Pasternak & Fidis, P.C.; City of Rockville; Dian and Steve Seidel; Ian and Marcia Solomon; Somerset Elementary School PTA; and The Venable Foundation

 

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