Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble presents:

ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence

Kean University STEM Building Auditorium
Monday, November 6, 2023 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST
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LOCATION: Kean University STEM Building 1075 Morris Ave Union, New Jersey 07083
ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence creates space for teens to confront gun violence by creating new works of theatre that will spark critical conversations and inspire meaningful action in communities across the country.

On the same evening across the country, theaters, schools, and community groups stage readings of a script comprised of six (6) new 10-minute plays by teen writers confronting gun violence, selected by a committee of nationally-renowned playwrights out of plays received in our Call for Submissions.

Walking the Beat is a creative writing, theater, and multi-media workshop for students grades 9-12 and local police officers, designed to establish a groundwork for conversation and create real, achievable actions for specific communities across the country.

Walking the Beat is funded by the NJ Office of Attorney General’s Office of Violence Intervention and Prevention’s Community Based Violence Intervention (CBVI) program.


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