Bulls Eye! (3-6)

In this bullying prevention rap-musical for 3-6, students will learn how to stand up for others and themselves and CHARGE.

Educational Objectives

1. To define and illustrate acts of bullying
2. To illustrate roles the perpetrator, target and bystander play in the bullying
3. To inspire the target to be resilient against acts of bullying
4. To inspire the bystander to take action
5. To create understanding and empathy for not only the target of bullying but to all parties involved in acts of bullying (including the perpetrator and the bystander)

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“I think students will think twice before they act inappropriately and disrespectfully toward their classmates.”
Kristin Bergerson, PE Specialist

Logistical Info

Grades: 3-6
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 350
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: $660/perf, plus travel

E very year in Pampalona, Spain the Running of the Bulls happens. Thousands of Bulls run through the streets towards the Arena where they will meet their death at the hands of a heroic Bullfighter. Alberto, a brave bull, has snuck away and is hiding in a park nearby. As he hides in a park while all of the other bulls are participating in the running of the Bulls, youngest sibling of the most famous matador in Spain stumbles across him. Together, with the help of the audience, they learn not only how to identify acts of bullying, but how to stand up against acts of bullying as both the victim and as the bystander.

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“I hope that Climb theatre will be able to continue visiting schools and making pertinent topics come alive through acting.”
Sue Okoneski, 4th Grade Teacher