Frenemies

Jasper is the new kid in school and is having a hard time fitting in - how can you help? With the overarching aim of bullying prevention, this show helps children develop pro-social skills and supports them in creating and promoting a culture of respect and consideration amongst their school community.

This interactive performance encourages year 4-6 students to think about how their behaviour can affect other people. It also helps them build confidence in social situations, making friends and developing resilience. 

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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When does online fun turn into real danger? When the cute boy you meet online turns out to be not who you expected and you’ve told him where you live. This energetic two-actor performance uses the world of online gaming as the backdrop for this timely reminder for students in Years 4 to 6 about making sure they stay safe on the Internet.

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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Warrior

An intense and at times challenging two-actor drama for Years 4 to 6 that explores the ability of young people to channel violent and destructive behaviours into creative pursuits. When feeling threatened while waiting at a bus stop, Sophie attempts to find some common ground with the aggressive Nathan, whose unhappy family life is the inspiration for his imaginative writings.

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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Catch

Aaron throws a ball at Nildra, a girl at school from a cultural background different to his.

He hits her in the back and this sparks an aggressive game of catch. As the ball moves, Aaron and Nildra begin to share their opinions, upbringings, conceptions and misconceptions and they realise they have far more in common than first thought.

Could they have been influenced by their parents own pre-conceptions? This intense drama encourages children to challenge the pre-conceptions that may be present in their own lives.

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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