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Aug 19 2016

Draw the Circle: Articles and Resources

We always encourage our audiences to go deeper and be part of the conversation. If Draw the Circle leaves you wanting to learn more or do more, please visit the links below. Local Resources: LGBTQ Center, UNC-Chapel Hill Duke Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity Duke Child and Adolescent Gender Care LGBT Center of Raleigh… Read more »

Aug 19 2016

Useful Terms for Experiencing Draw the Circle

You don’t have to know anything about “trans issues” to see this play. And at the same time, there is a lot happening in the state of North Carolina and elsewhere that will directly affect the lives of transgender people, and you will leave this play understanding a little more about what the experience of… Read more »

Aug 16 2016

An Invitation: Deen shares his journey of transition in Draw the Circle

“Sometimes Draw the Circle gets labeled a ‘trans play,’ but I don’t think it is. It’s fundamentally a story about family. A story about parents and children. Most of all, there are no bad guys in this play. There are people struggling to love in a world that is changing around them, and sometimes the struggle is the love. I will do my best to bring all of that struggle to the stage … and you are welcome to bring it to the theatre.”

Jul 28 2016

More Rhythms of the Road: In Transit with Violet

The vicarious trip we make alongside Violet is one that cuts to the core of the human condition. With the blossoming of her initially diminished self, she becomes a symbol of each of our journeys through the paths of the maturation process, moving from ignorance to knowledge, from fragmentation to wholeness, from isolation to community, and from fear to love.

Jul 28 2016

A Day with Violet by an SYC Veteran

Thomas Cassidy appears in Violet as the fiery televangelist Preacher. Thomas was also in the acting companies for Guys & Dolls (SYC 2015) and Hairspray (SYC 2014), so he’s well acquainted with all the work that goes into putting on our Summer Youth Conservatory shows. Here he shares a series of photos, with personal captions, he took during rehearsal capturing a behind-the-scenes look at a “day in the life” during SYC.

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