Fort Wayne Youtheatre

Leah Noble

Fort Wayne Youtheatre has been going strong for eighty-five years, now, and this season is off to a great start, thanks to its new Executive Artistic Director, Todd Espeland.

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This weekend, Fort Wayne Youtheatre is celebrating Black History Month, and its 5th production in the "Young Heroes of Conscience" Series, with the moving story of "Young Harriet Tubman."

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The animated TV special, "A Charlie Brown Christmas," has been delighting at-home audiences for more than 50 years.

Now, thanks to the Fort Wayne Youtheatre, it's coming alive this Friday--literally, in its local premiere at First Pres Theater.

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This weekend, Fort Wayne Youtheatre is wrapping up the spring season with its fourth annual Fairy Tale Fest.

This year's celebration is full of iconic characters and story lines, including an original adaptation of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach," set in the 1980s. 

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In 1960, 6-year-old Ruby Bridges became the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school.

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