Young, Wild, & Out of Control, the stage play
Young, Wild, & Out of Control
Urban Teen Stage Play
Written, Directed, & Produced by Aaron L. Wright
"there's nothing they won't do and nothing they won't try"
Performers: Naiemah Walker, Patrick Pray, Malik Long, Najee Conner, Jordan Freeman, Harron Thomas, Keanan Glenn, & Princess Lagah-Bona.
Young, Wild, & Out of Control is the riveting urban teen stage play about a group of teens who live life recklessly, negligent of life's consequences until those consequences spiral their lives out of control.
Young, Wild, & Out of Control presents issues and its effects such as teen pregnancy, smoking, alcohol, drugs (narcotics, prescription, & OTC), bullying, teen dating abuse, juvenile delinquency, dropouts, college and future anxiety, fighting/gun violence, STDs, the entertainment industry, teen relationships, premarital sex, & abstinence. For every issue presented in the show, viable solutions and related consequences are offered as well.
The show captures the attention of teens through the stylish set/costumes, the relatable use of (clean/PG 13) teen jargon, the identifiable Hip Hop and R&B music by both the DJ and the actors, and the relatable drama/comedy that the audience can identify with through what they experience daily both in their personal lives and the media.
Listen to an audio commercial for an upcoming show:https://soundcloud.com/youngwildandoutofcontrol/young-wild-out-of-control
View the Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t8rFT_0Clg
About the Playwright:
From Helped to Helper - From Helped to Helper - From a seemingly defeated childhood plagued with meningitis, an open heart surgery, the threat of cancer, and the discovery at age 12 of being born with just one kidney, Aaron L. Wright has emerged from being helped to helper. Aaron L. Wright earned his bachelor's degree in Secondary Education - English from Penn State University and his master's degree in School Leadership from Wilmington University. Aaron worked as a grade 7 and 8 English teacher for the last six years.
While teaching, his desire to become an educational entertainment writer grew. Aaron writes to help teenagers find their voice and purpose in life through the use of fictional characters that speak to the reality of today's teens. Serving as an advocate for teens, Aaron ensures that through the comedy, drama, and music that make up his plays, the core message focuses on defining purpose, examining self-worth, and living your future today regardless of your past and where you find yourself currently.
The SkyBox @ The Adrienne Theatre (View)
2030 Sansom Street 3rd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|