Young Americans' Theatre Company (YATC) has announced the line-up for their 2009 summer season, which will include a festival of one-act plays and a staged production of a work by Deborah Gearing.

The season will open with their One-Act Festival, July 23-26, featuring four works that explore a range of styles. Tommy Fleming will direct Rosie in the Shadow of Melrose by Craig Fols; Sam Tilles will debut an original work, Dissonance, starring Karl Divoky and Tallis Moore; Emma Kelley will stage A Whole House Full of Babies by Sean O'Connor, featuring Leigh Huggins and Alberta Bleck; and Jesse Roth will direct Incognito by Janet Allard, acted by Maddy Noonan and Tommy Fleming.

YATC will also stage Gearing's Burn, July 31-August 9, which focuses on the sensitivity of adolescence, the burden of truth, and the social stigma of abnormality. The cast will feature Sylvie Baldwin, Anita Dukart, Sarah Fairchild, Jeffrey Hayes, Kelsey Hopper, Emma Kelley, Cory Lennon, Thomas Moore, Rebecca Mostow, Bradley Sherman, Sam Tilles, and Sydney Tucker.

For more information, email youngamericanstheatre@gmail.com.