Winner of three San Diego Critics Circle Awards including OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY!



  • Teen-Versionary is unique, producing a new play exploring the LGBT experience, and the ensemble is comprised of LGBT teens and their allies, creating a safe space to creatively explore the story and characters. Through a two week intensive rehearsal process, the teen ensemble will get a taste of a professional theatre process in a fast paced environment where a new play is fully produced in two weeks. Anyone who wants to feel part of something special is encouraged to apply. Because of the advance timeline, some theatrical experience is also encouraged, but not required.


    Please contact  our Education Associate with any questions:
    619.220.6830 x109

  • July 1st 2019 – July 13th 2019

    Week One Monday-Saturday
    July 1st – July 6th (No class on July 4th)
    9am – 3pm
    Week Two Monday-Thursday
    July 8th – July 11th
    9am – 3pm


    Performance Call Times:

    Friday, July 12th………………………………….Call is TBA, for a 2pm  Show, we will end with enough time to get to the Trans Rally and Flag ceremony

    Saturday, July 13th…………………………………… Call is 3:30pm  for a 4:30pm show


    Tuition: $400 for two weeks. Some Full and Partial Scholarships are available.


    Please contact  our Education Associate with any questions:
    619.220.6830 x109

    About the Show:

    Dear Harvey premiered at Diversionary Theatre in 2009

    Dear Harvey by Patricia Loughrey: Extensively researched and beautifully constructed, this documentary-style ensemble play recounts the life and lasting impact of groundbreaking LGBT activist and politician Harvey Milk, as told by the people who knew him best. Spoken word  combines with multimedia and music as an ensemble cast moves in and out of the identities of real-world figures whose lives were forever altered
    by Milk’s too-short career. This spirited play reaffirms his impact and the continued relevance of his campaign towards equality, three decades after his assassination.

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