At school, children and youngsters of all ages as well as their teachers come across theatre plays. It is only when staged that these come to life fully, and often it is the production that allows the students to engage with the intricacies of the plot. In every theatre show, there are hidden metaphors, obscured meanings and hints that might escape even the most perceptive viewer. This is why we organize post- and pre-show talks to reach out to our young audiences and draw their attention to special features and the underlying idea of the staging. The talks can be organized either prior to the show at the Drama or in schools, or as post-show analytical discussions.