Image: David Maxwell

are you aged 50 or over? were you once a teenager?

Would you like to get involved in the creative process or perform with us as part of Teenage Trilogy
at Tramway or Perth Theatre in February?

We'd love to hear from you!


Teenage Trilogy is a visceral, affecting and relevant work, which evokes the transition from childhood to adulthood that we all must go through.  This work is being shaped through dialogue with teenagers, parents and grandparents in Scotland, Denmark, Belgium and Australia, listening to their personal experiences.

Directed by Christine Devaney, Teenage Trilogy is an interdisciplinary collaboration with designer Karen Tennant, visual artist David Maxwell, digital artist Jonathan Charles and composer Luke Sutherland. You can see our short film documentary here 

We are now looking for people aged 50 or over who:

  • Would like to share their experience of being a teenager
  •  Can come along for an initial chat to find out about our project and creative process
  • May be interested in being part of the performances at either Tramway or Perth Theatre

If you are interested in performing in the work, this will be a voluntary role with expenses covered. The time commitment would involve:

  • Initial Gathering day 12-4:30pm on Thurs 19th Oct at Perth Concert Hall OR Sat 21st Oct at Tramway Studio
  • Rehearsal / workshop in November (date/time tbc)
  • I day rehearsal with the company on 14, 15 or 16 December (date/time tbc)
  • February: Preview on Thurs 1st, dress rehearsal Thurs 8th and performances 9-11th at Tramway OR Dress rehearsal Friday 15th and performances 16-17th at Perth Theatre

If you’d like to get involved:

Please send a short statement of interest, together with the name of a meaningful song from your teenage years and why you chose this, to: by 12pm Wednesday 18th October
Then come along to our Gathering Day at Perth Theatre on 19th October OR Tramway on 21st October.

See you there!

Teenage Trilogy is a Tramway co-production in association with Perth Theatre.  Curious Seed is supported by Creative Scotland