S.E. Hinton’s gritty coming-of-age story follows the “Greasers,” narrator Ponyboy Curtis and his friends, as they navigate teenage angst and class warfare in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In this coming-of-age story, Ponyboy struggles with right and wrong in a society in which he believes that he is an outsider. “As he steps out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house” a series of events unfold that prove to Ponyboy that the hardships that greasers and their rivals, the “Socs” face may take different practical forms, but that the members of both groups—and youths everywhere—must inevitably come to terms with fear, love, and sorrow. CONTENT WARNING:Recommended for Ages 12+This story includes fighting, underage drinking, delinquent behavior, a rumble, a fatal stabbing, and a shooting. For patrons age 16 - 25, please click here to fill out a survey and get a free viewing link for The Outsiders CLICK HERE FOR THE OUTSIDERS LOBBY VSA Orange County provides arts, education and cultural opportunities by, with and for people with disabilities, making the arts accessible to people of all abelites. Laguna Playhouse has partnered with VSA OC to showcase student artwork for the lobby of each Youth Theatre production. Due to Covid, we do not have a "lobby" so we are thrilled to be able to present these fine works of art by these very talented artists on our website, starting what will likely become a new tradition. These pieces were created by adult arts students who are blind or visually impaired from Braille Institute Anaheim Center. -Erin Schalk, Art Instructor.