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Dramatic segments and direct audience interaction reveal exactly how this situation got out-of-control and what can be done to turn it around when students are confronted by bullying behaviors amongst their friends .Audience Age: Grades 6-8Audience Size: Max 300 Girl Chat explores the relationship of three adolescent girls presenting a clear picture of girl bullying when Tina the “Queen Bee” launches into a campaign of verbal and emotional abuse against Beth.Kids and teens who cyberbully know how to use technology and have grown up with it as a large part of their lives.They understand that the potential to embarrass someone can go viral very quickly with devastating results to the victim.Let’s face it, the youth culture of today is visual. Many of our programs include audience participation.
Bullying can be verbal, social or physical and a child may be the victim of all 3 types of bullying simultaneously. Social bullying hurts a reputation or relationships.
Students observe real life bullying situations and positive role modeling.
It also introduces students to the use of electronic communication and the growing prevalence of cyberbullying.
This play highlights the role that bystanders play in bullying situations, both as positive and negative influences and encourages healthy dialogue about friendships.
Audience Age: Grades 6-8Audience Size: Max 300 Step Up challenges middle and high school boys to take a stand against bullying when they see it.