Content Advisories 2024-2025 Youth Series

We want our audiences to have a positive experience with us! To that end, we make every effort to inform our audience of any adult content contained in our productions. Most of our Youth Series productions are Rated G and fun for the whole family!
When we rate a Youth Series production PG, we will include a content warning on this page. We recommend reviewing the following before attending these performances.

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Rated PG – Parental Guidance Suggested

The Addams Family Young@Part is a ‘snap-snappy’ 65- minute version of the ridiculously popular Broadway musical, adapted especially for a cast of teens who will introduce you to all the kooky and creepy characters you know and love.The Addams Family is made up of unique characters with dark senses of humor. There is also some shocking imagery. While these things are filtered through the lens of comedy, they may be upsetting to some younger audience members.

Trigger Warnings:
Some adult topics are touched upon in the telling of the story such as relationships and death.
There are a handful of comically violent situations that may be frightening to young children.

Language:
There is no bad language in this version of the show.

Violence:
The characters of Wednesday and Pugsley constantly try to torture/maim/kill each other (all in good sibling fun).
There are several (comedic) violent images and phrases in the show that may be frightening to younger children.

 

 

Rated PG – Parental Guidance Suggested

Content:
“Fairies and love spells and donkeys, oh my! Dive into the enchanted world of Shakespeare’s zaniest comedy. While we at MCT love to think outside the box, our new “Shakespeare Trunk Show” program thinks inside the box; everything in the play must fit inside the only set piece- a trunk! A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the colorful adventure of four young lovers, a group of actors who shouldn’t quit their day jobs, and some impish fairies clumsily playing matchmaker. This ever-popular classic is a tribute to the Bard’s brilliance, exploring the complexities of the human (and inhuman) heart in the whimsical style of magical realism. Our accessible adaptation is 60-minutes of love triangles, squares, hexagons, you name it, and all creatively and simply brought to life through imagination, teamwork, and just a little bit of magic! Get ready to giggle like an Elizabethan and party like it’s 1594!”

Trigger Warnings:
Hermia’s father is very controlling and angry. He threatens her life when she refuses to obey his will.
Demetrius is emotionally abusive to Helena and also betrayed her.
Lysander (for a time) is quite cruel to Hermia.

Language:
Only the beautiful and brilliant poetry of the Elizabethan age (which may include things like “o hell”, “o spite”, “zwounds”, “thou vile cat” and other such Shakespearean insults)!

Drugs & Alcohol:
There is a magical flower that creates rather psychedelic (magical) effects on anyone who is exposed to it.

Violence:
There are some threats of and acts of staged violence in the show, some meant to be comedic, some less so.

Sexual Content:
This is a story about love (both real and magical), so there are many mentions of loving topics and physical and poetic expressions of love. The magical flower makes characters “mad” with love, which can lead to some more passionate moments, but we are still keeping it PG! The Rude Mechanicals can be a bit low-brow in their style and senses of humor, too. Ya gotta play to the groundlings sometimes in Shakespeare!

 

Rated PG – Parental Guidance Suggested

Content:
When it comes to great musicals, there’s none quite like Singin’ in the Rain, an award-winning, hilarious extravaganza of comedy, singing, and dance. The story takes place in 1920s Hollywood, when ‘movies’ become ‘talkies’ and throw the silver-screen industry for a loop. Don Lockwood was a cinematic sensation alongside leading-lady Lina Lamont, always glamorous and refined in their films together. But when microphones are added to the mix, Lina’s nasally, grating voice spells big problems for the studio. A talented starlet comes into Don’s life, and they take big risks to make their next movie a hit, risks that could make or break their careers. Spectacular musical numbers and snappy vaudevillian comedy keep Singin’ in the Rain “The Greatest Movie Musical of All Time,” according to the prestigious American Film Institute. This show, lovingly adapted by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, is sure to delight with that old Hollywood glitz and glamor.

Trigger Warnings:
This is a show based on a film from the 1950’s so the way they talk mildly alludes to the sexism of that time period.
A lot of the show revolves around the fact that a woman has a distasteful way of speaking, so there is humor that centers around making fun of the way she speaks.

Drugs & Alcohol:
Characters might be holding champagne glasses, etc. during a party scene.

Violence:
Just some silly mishaps- a cake is thrown in the face of a character; a character is hurt in a stage accident involving a mic cord.

Sexual Content:
There is mild flirtatious behavior. At one point a girl is sitting and flirting with a man and asking if he can get her in the movies, and he says “there are ways”, but it actually leads to a joke and nothing sexual at all. Two characters fall in love and embrace.

 

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