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metamorphosis: a daring emergence

created and performed by theatriQ

 

Friday, May 10th, 7pm

Saturday May 11th 1:30pm & 7pm

Sunday May 12th 1:30pm

KST's Alloy Studios | 5530 Penn Ave

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Flyer designed by Tea Prioleau

Streaming Live on Saturday May 11th 7pm

Since 2003, Dreams of Hope has produced original productions created and performed by our theatriQ performing arts youth ensemble.

 

In this year’s show, metamorphosis: a daring emergence, an eclectic group of friends get sucked into their new video game. Inside, the obstacles of the game mirror the struggles they are facing in real life. Will they be able to face the embodiment of life’s challenges and escape the game? Or will their difficulties accepting themselves cause them to be left behind?

 

Dreams of Hope’s theatriQ ensemble built metamorphosis from the ground up over five months, with the support of an interdisciplinary teaching team. The resulting unique piece of collective work delves into the experiences of queer and Trans youth, reflecting the ensemble’s authenticity and creativity.

 

This season we are unapologetically celebrating two decades of elevating queer and Trans youth voices through the power of the arts. 

Dreams of Hope is funded by many generous individual donors, as well as The Allegheny Regional Asset District, Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Cooper-Siegel Family Foundation, Dollar Bank, The Gouge Family Foundation, The Grable Foundation, The Heinz Endowments, Henry J. Hillman Foundation, The Hillman Foundation, Kelly Strayhorn Theater, The John J. McDonnell and Margaret T. O’Brien Foundation, MidAtlantic Arts Fund, National Endowment for the Arts American Rescue Plan, off the WALL Charitable Trust, Opportunity Fund, Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts Program of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, The Brooks Foundation of PNC Charitable Trusts, & The UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion.

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