A Play about Social Issues

directed by Delanie Wiedrich & Mitchell Evans

Friday, Feb. 1st 7pm

Sunday, Feb. 3rd 2 pm

Fitzgerald Auditorium

110 N. 5th St., Mankato

$8 Adult/ $4 Youth under 18

“The teenagers in Tick Talk have a lot to say, but no way to say it as most characters are limited to only ONE WORD for the whole play. What if they have something terribly important to say but can't ? They'd better find a way soon - Time is running out!”


At Riverfront Performing Arts we believe in progressive, important theatre that speaks to our audiences and student cast members. So when choosing a winter production, Tick Talk was an obvious fit.  Our show is set in the hallways of a 2018 high school, not much different from yours. Tick Talk highlights important themes and issues that greatly impact the youth of today. The themes of Tick Talk include:




Eating Disorders


Tick Talk takes an honest approach to all of the themes listed above. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 10-24 in the United States and every day nearly 160,000 students stay home because of bullying. This show focuses on a sincere and serious look at what is happening with our youth and gives them a voice to say what it is really like to be a teenager in 2018.

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