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CLIMB Theatre Performances At ACGC Elementary

CLIMB Theatre Offers Fresh Approach on Bullying at ACGC North Elementary

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Today’s emerging research, technologies, and legislation necessitate an updated look at what action to take to stop bullying and spread kindness in their communities. CLIMB Theatre answers this need with two brand new bullying prevention plays, Jays Away for grades K-2, and The Actors’ Union Club for grades 3-6. These plays will be performed at ACGC North Elementary in Atwater on October 2nd, where students will learn simple strategies for what to do when they see bullying happen, or when they are bullied themselves.

About the Plays

 

Jays Away

A cowering cowbird, who is bothered by a blue jay who bullies, gets advice from her friend the rhyming robin. But when an unkind newcomer comes to roost, both bird buddies will have to look to each other, and to the wise tree Big Ben, to learn how to make their tree a home worth chirping about. CLIMB actors, along with colorful puppets, will show students that standing up against bullying isn’t just for the birds!

The Actors’ Union Club

When Duncan convinces his friends, Adrian and Mallie, to start an acting club, he has no idea that the scenes they create will help Adrian stand up to a kid at school who’s bullying him! But before the director says cut, Duncan and Mallie, who have been watching bullying and doing nothing, will discover that they too have an important role to play in stopping bullying and creating kindness.

 

About CLIMB Theatre

CLIMB’s mission is to create and perform plays, classes, and other works that inspire and propel people, especially young people, toward actions that benefit themselves, each other, and their communities. Each year, CLIMB brings plays and classes to more than 400 schools throughout MN, IA, ND, SD, IL, and WI, reaching approximately 200,000 students. CLIMB is the 2014 winner of the Mission Award for Anti-Racism Initiatives. In 2009, CLIMB was awarded the prestigious Sara Spencer Artistic Achievement Award from the national association AATE, which promotes standards of excellence in theatre and theatre education. Read more about the nonprofit CLIMB Theatre at http://www.climb.org.

 

Funding Information

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

For more information contact:

CLIMB THEATRE                                                                          Tour Contact:
6415 Carmen Ave East                                                                      Justin Cervantes
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076                                                         Media Liaison
1.800.767.9660                                                                                  319-389-8020

 

CLIMB Producer of Excellence in Performance, Buffy Sedlachek
Address:  6415 Carmen Avenue East, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Phone:  800-767-9660 x40
Email:  buffy@climb.org

CLIMB Outreach Engineer, Jessica Hassler
Address:  6415 Carmen Avenue East, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Phone:  800-767-9660 x19
Email:  jess@climb.org

CLIMB CEO, Peg Wetli
Address:  6415 Carmen Avenue East, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Phone:  800-767-9660 x13
Email:  peg@climb.org

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