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Important updates related to COVID-19

During COVID-19, NUYU is suspended until further notice. For general inquiries, please email dlee@mosaicbc.org.


About this program

Through theatre exercises and games, participants gradually create scenes which reflect their personal life challenges. The program creates a space for youth to collectively come up with positive solutions to the challenges presented in the scenes by their peers.

Participants in the program perform the scenes in front of an audience, which includes family members, friends, school staff and community workers, at public interactive spaces. The audience members view the scenes and offer solutions to the challenges presented. This public performance creates a space for youth to share their issues and seek positive solutions and at the same time, increases community awareness on the challenges faced by newcomer youth.

Who can participate?

Immigrant or refugee youth aged 14-24 can apply. Youth will be interviewed to determine program eligibility.

All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players.William Shakespeare


2019 Program Video

Our Newcomer Youth Popular Theatre Program is currently available free of charge through the support of the CLICK Foundation, Coast Capital Savings Community Investment Fund and a TELUS Community Grant.