He likes to imagine himself as the big, scary kid who can get away with anything. Luka feels empathetic for the students who experience Joey’s teasing. But he also feels flummoxed because he lacks the tools to express this empathy and help Joey regulate his energy. Parker, a positive and charming new student at school in Joey and Luka’s neighborhood, notices these behavior patterns and decides to help. She engages the audience with tools he learned at his previous school that enhance self-control and impulse control. This musical demonstrates how self-control and empathy results in improved cooperation and peaceful interaction between children.