Ep. 24: Talking About Theater for Young Audiences with Noah Putterman
Hear what Noah Putterman (Theatre Raleigh’s WHERE WORDS ONCE WERE) has to say about theater for young audiences in the United States and abroad.
About the Guest
As the Director of Theatre for Youth at Casa Mañana Theatre in Fort Worth, TX (’13 – ’18), Noah directed over thirty productions, including in-house and touring productions for families and young audiences in the acclaimed Apprentice Program. His original show, SANTA CLAUS: THE MUSICAL, premiered at Casa Mañana and has thus far received subsequent productions at South Carolina Children’s Theatre and The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati. Additional directing credits include Lyric Stage (Dallas, TX), Circle Theatre (Fort Worth), and the University of Minnesota (Minneapolis). Acting credits include work with the Acting Company of NYC (Off-Broadway/national tours), Guthrie Theatre, Alpine Theatre Project, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre, Casa Mañana, North Carolina Theatre, and Theatre Raleigh. Currently based in California, Noah hails from Raleigh and graduated from Enloe High School. He is a United States Presidential Scholar in the Arts and a graduate of the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program.
The following theater companies have a family series, family productions included as part of next season, or routinely have family offerings.
- Theatre Raleigh (Family Series)
- Raleigh Little Theatre (Family Series)
- North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (FREAKY FRIDAY)
- Cary Players (SHREK THE MUSICAL)
- Theatre in the Park (A CHRISTMAS CAROL, A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS)
- Aggregate Theatre
- Seed Art Share
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