STICKS AND STONES and BEN’S BIRTHDAY

We have glad tidings to report! Our son-Ben turns 8 years old on Wednesday! Why do they grow up so fast? Also, we are partnering with Porkchop Productions of SC to present a new anti-bullying play, STICKS AND STONES–by Stacey Maxwell.  Stacey is an old friend of Peter’s from Columbia College and The Patchwork Players.  She has been writing and performing plays for young people ALMOST as long as Peter. Please help us spread the word about our new show!  Everybody have a good week!

NIP BULLYING IN THE BUD-

WHEN KIDS ARE YOUNG AND IMPRESSIONABLE!

Once Upon a Blue Ridge Theatre Company,

in partnership with Porkchop Productions,

presents an important new anti-bullying show for grades prek-5

STICKS AND STONES

By Stacey Maxwell

Photo courtesy of Porkchop Productions

Starring Peter and Christina Holland

DESCRIPTION:

The first day at a new school is difficult for any kid. But when second grader, William Winkey meets school bully, Betty Barsky at the bus stop before the first day of school at Tapwater Springs Elementary School, William’s anxiety level rises sky high. First she makes fun of his name. Then she makes fun of his lunch- his favorite- an egg salad sandwich. The next day she makes fun of his clothes. Eventually, Betty threatens to punch William in the nose! What should William do to protect himself and change Betty’s bad, bullying behavior? Fortunately, William has a smart mom who teaches him how to deal with bullies. William and the audience learn the three rules of dealing with bullies: Stand tall, Don’t fall, Tell all!

Written and researched by Stacey Maxwell,

one of the South’s most successful children’s playwrights,

and performed by Peter and Christina Holland of

Once Upon a Blue Ridge ,

Sticks and Stones is a funny, delightful play that will entertain, inform,

 and positively influence the children in your community.

RUNNING TIME- 45 MINS.

REASONABLE RATES- CONTACT US FOR A QUOTE

AVAILABLE MARCH 2012

 

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