Teens Make History Presents The Double Pandemic

    The Teens Make History Players have traditionally written and performed their works at the Missouri History Museum. But, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, they have partnered with Metro Theater Company and structured their newest work “The Double Pandemic” as a series of virtual plays exploring the topics of Covid-19, systemic racism, and income inequality.

    Teens Make History is a work-based learning program at the Missouri Historical Society for St. Louis area high school students that helps the youths involved develop professional skills while also creating outstanding presentations through which the community can better understand its local history.

    Please visit www.mohistory.org/tmh to learn more about this program.

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