When the coronavirus causes cancellations of school, prom, graduation, and more, how do teens connect with each other this year in new ways? That’s the question the Theater Bug, in partnership with MA2LA, hopes to answer as they debut their exclusive virtual musical tonight at 8/7pm CST on TheTheatreBug.org.
A first of its kind production, Quarantine: A Virtual Musicalwas written, created and performed all by teens remotely via Zoom classes, FaceTime, TikToks and texts. The digital musical features relatable stories of younger generations striving to continue connecting and making a difference while they face this uncertain time in the world.Quaranteened: A Virtual Musical is a chance for viewers of all ages to come together and enjoy a unique experience that was inspired by the world we are living in.
Watch the trailer and tune in at 8/7 CST tonight for the anticipated live stream event.
The Theater Bug is a Nashville-based non-profit 501c3 organization that was built to inspire young people to create community and build confidence-encouraging- them through educational experiences in the performing arts. With an all-age model the Bug inspires younger actors to be better because they look up to the older actors, and the older actors to be better because they are put in a position of being mentors. The small, but growing family of young artists from different parts of town, at different ages, with different backgrounds are building bridges and finding community by creating art together. To learn more, visit TheTheatreBug.org.