SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young


SAY Confident Voices One-Act Project

The One-Act Project invites our graduating seniors to write and direct their own original one-act play.  Over four months our teens are guided by writing and directing mentors through a creative journey from a blank page to full onstage production.  Much like the Short Play Project, these plays are fully produced, however, The One-Acts are written by the teens individually. The directing process is completely lead by the writers and the plays are performed by professional actors.  This program is by invitation only.  

Why One-Acts? The one-acts give a longer platform of expression for SAY teens who have grown up in our program.  Directing a play also challenges them to be leaders and effective communicators of their vision as they enter into a new phase of young adulthood.

SAY Confident Voices One-Act Project
SAY Confident Voices One-Act Project
SAY Confident Voices One-Act Project

Are you interested in learning more about Confident Voices?

We would love to meet you! You can also visit a Confident Voices session to see what it’s all about. To learn more about Confident Voices, receive a program package via mail, or for answers to any questions you may have about our Confident Voices After-School & Weekend programs, please call or email our Director of Programming:, or 212-414-9696, ext. 208, or Associate Director of Confident Voices:,212-414-9696, ext.207.

You may also submit an inquiry, or download a brochure.

Watch a recent WPIX news Confident Voices segment, read more about Confident Voices in Scholastic’s Action Magazine.

Do you live outside of the NY Tristate area – please consider our national Storytellers program or visit our national Camp SAY site (

Visit our Events page to see upcoming programs.

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