kids theater

Published in The New York Times on November 25, 1990


A GROUP of 150 middle school students gathered recently at the First Congregational Church in Madison for a performance of an unusual road show. The youngsters, from shoreline towns from Guilford to Essex, gave their rapt attention to a powerful performance that dealt with the facts and fallacies about AIDS.

The show, “Yes, We’re Talking About AIDS” was created by Dandelion Productions of New Haven. The series of skits punctuated with discussion was put together by Dandelion’s artistic director, Bertram Garskof; its executive producer, Ellen Lieberman, and several local actors. Its creators said the program could be adapted to groups of all ages.


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