Dallas Children’s Theater (DCT) is pleased to be announcing the online release of ANDI BOI. This groundbreaking play about a transgender teen is part of DCT’s series of internationally-recognized teen issue plays. Originally presented on stage in February 2020, the video-on-demand production also includes a talkback with members in the LGBTQ community. Co-produced with Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in partnership with First Unitarian Church Dallas, the production will be able for viewing for $20 beginning Monday, July 20, 2020 at dct.org/andiboi.
ANDI BOI is a great tool for schools, churches, corporations, and LGBTQ organizations that are interested in creating meaningful dialogue within the community. As part of DCT’s mission to integrate the arts into classroom academics, for schools, a downloadable Behind the Curtain Resource Guide is also available. The guide is intended to provide helpful information for a teacher to use before and after seeing the production. The activities presented in the guide are designed to stimulate lively responses and multisensory explorations of concepts in order to use the theatrical event as a vehicle for cross-cultural and language arts learning. It is an opportunity to use theater as a springboard for dynamic learning, extending the dramatic experience of the play.
TEEN SCENE PLAYERS PRESENT
Written and Directed by Bruce R. Coleman
Co-produced with Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
in partnership with First Unitarian Church of Dallas
Created especially for ages 13 and up and those who love them…
(Contains adult language)
Rental Price: Beginning July 20, ANDI BOI is $20 for a single showing. Available online at dct.org/andiboi
Photo Credit: Karen Almond