by Mieko Ouchi
Bullying behavior is something that schools, families, communities and young people are grappling with every day.
The Bully Project is a interactive play available in two versions for students from grade 4-6 and 7-9 that explores the complex reasons underlying bullying behavior, and what young people and the adults and communities who care about them can do about it. Audience participation is key to this engaging project, that defines bullying, takes audiences through character based scenes and improvised solutions and problem solving to explore the complexities around the issue, helps students find safe and constructive ways to combat this behavior, and helps educators set school boundaries and policies. From the company that brought you the ground-breaking Are We There Yet? for 15 years.
The Bully Project was AWESOME! The information they shared was outstanding. I would strongly recommend this production to ALL Elementary and Jr. Highs…Lynette Thron, Assistant Principal, Westboro Elementary
Directed by Mieko Ouchi
Stage Managed by Rachel Dawn Woods
Wellness: analyze the definition, effects and possible consequences of various forms of harassment, stress management, analyze, evaluate and refine personal communication patterns, conflict management skills.
Language Arts: analyze choices and motives of characters.
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