They understand that the potential to embarrass someone can go viral very quickly with devastating results to the victim.
Uploading embarrassing videos to popular video and social media/networking sites seems to be one of the favorite methods used by the majority of cyberbullies.
“The Yellow Dress” play was the foundation for Deana’s Educational Theater Company.
Born from the tragedy of losing their daughter, the Brisbois family commissioned Deborah Lake Fortson to write and Sydney Hayes Patten to produce a play based on young women’s stories of dating violence.
It bridges the gap to tough subjects like respecting boundaries, empathy, and excluding people based on differences.
Students observe real life bullying situations and positive role modeling.
It’s all about videos, images, being socially active and texting. Our actors will stop in the middle of a scene and ask them what they think should happen, then the actors will continue showing the outcome of what is suggested by the audience always backed up by an additional scene of what the proper response should have been.
In order to make any kind of impact with school aged kids and teens about important social issues, you need to hit them where they live. Many victims and perpetrators seek guidance and help after viewing one or more of our programs. Audience Age: Grades 1-5 Audience Size: Max 300 All Starz is a fun, highly interactive show that gets kids talking about bullying.
Teen relationships are more easily affected by the opinion of friends and family members. You will be amazed at how much change can happen when kids and teens see themselves and their actions portrayed by 3rd party individuals and what consequences their actions can have on the lives of others.
Let’s face it, the youth culture of today is visual. Many of our programs include audience participation.
Teen dating violence and Adult dating violence is a pattern of behavior that includes physical, emotional, verbal or sexual abuse used by one person in a close intimate relationship to exert power and control over another.
Teen dating violence usually occurs between the ages of 13-19 years old.
There are 9 plays for audiences from Grade 1 through College with presentations for military and communities also available.