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One Kind Thing

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Published on Nov 6, 2013

Using technology students recognize, and examples of bullying they can immediately relate to, CLIMB's new play for 6-8th graders is powerful and compelling. The year is 2020. Alyssa is reaching out to former students of Craighton Middle School to help her with a book she is writing. Twelve Craighton alumni respond with You Tube reflections on their roles as the bystanders and target of bullies. As the former students begin their stories, their videoed images fade and live actors enter the stage to enact their remembrances of cyberbullying, LGBT bullying, rumors and physical and emotional bullying. "One Kind Thing" gives students in the audience an opportunity to see middle school drama as something other than 'just the way it is.' They come to see it as something that could be changed, if they have the courage to do just "One Kind Thing."

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