This book focused on how process drama was applied with adolescent learners to investigate the causes and consequences of teenage pregnancy. Process drama requires participants to create and assume roles, identify and explore images and stories drawn from fictional worlds that relate to the participants’ own personal experiences. Through process drama workshops, teenagers were able to engage with challenging situations as a way of acquiring new knowledge about teenage pregnancy. The learner’s engagement within the dramatic process was enhanced by means of dialogue, negotiation and reflection. The fictional world created by the drama enabled the learners to relate and identify with problematic aspects of teenage pregnancy. Themes such as parental negligence, peer pressure and poverty, were identified as aspects that highly contributes to teenage pregnancy. Process drama offers an aesthetic space for teenagers to develop a deeper understanding of themselves in relation to their lived experiences. This book recommends process drama as a powerful interactive medium that needs to be implemented in schools to grapple with intractable issues such as teenage pregnancy.