Explore the engaging programs CLIMB Theatre offers for middle school.
Taking a Stand
In this play three students have big dreams for when they grow up, but when they all get bullied they want to throw them away. They soon learn the best way to stand up to bullying is advocate for themselves and others.
Bullying Prevention Classes
Actor-Educators use theatre activities to help students practice what to do in bullying situations. Programming takes places directly in the classroom.
Cliques and Exclusion Classes
What’s the difference between “clicking” with your friends and forming exclusive “cliques”? Students will explore this important distinction in these classes.
Cyberbullying Prevention Classes
Today’s students are constantly connected to the Internet–which has both benefits and challenges. Help kids stay safe online with CLIMB’s cyberbullying classes.
Step Up, Stand Out
With the interaction of a class and the spectacle of a play, these smaller assemblies use role-playing, discussion, and scenes to teach students how to be everyday leaders and stand up for themselves and their classmates.
Academic Achievement Classes
Being successful in school isn’t just about smarts. IN these classes, students learn the study skills, sense of responsibility, and self-confidence they need to take their education seriously and do their very best in school.
Twisted Ride (to Nowhere)
With heroin and meth on the rise, this powerful play helps students understand what’s on the line when confronted with drugs. Includes a performance and break-out sessions.
Health/Body Confidence Classes
Middle school can be tough on kids who are going through puberty. In these classes students learn that positive body image means seeing and embracing who they really are.
Substance Abuse Classes
Without cliches or preaching, these classes give students the tools they need to analyze their own risk-taking behavior and say no to gateway drugs.
Feeling History: African Americans’ Reach for Equality
Through innovative interactive theatre techniques, such as monologues, scenes, slides, music, sound, and pointed interaction, Feeling History helps audience members understand– intellectually and emotionally–America’s legacy of institutional and individual racism.
Global Warming Classes
Global climate change can be a controversial topic. This class addresses it in a positive and thought-provoking way. It challenges students to consider where their opinions come from before making conclusions, and presents factual information about climate change. This class helps students challenge their own assumptions and make decisions that have a positive impact on the world.