Who Do You Think You Are?
About the Play...
A play about personal identity and peer pressure
Suitable for years 9-10
A serious play with comical moments, this play is aimed at teenagers finding it difficult to establish their own identity. The play covers the following serious issues of;
- Finding your own identity
- Being comfortable with yourself
- Having the strength of character to go against the norm
- Being accepting of people who are different from you, either in looks, character, clothing, ability, race, colour and religion
- Negative and positive peer pressure
- Consequences of your actions to yourself and others
- Having the courage to say no to negative choices.
Tackling the issues of personal development, peer pressure and mob rule. This play tells the story of a group of friends who are struggling to find their own identities, getting into trouble and not being true to themselves. Giving positive messages of how to change and where to find help and advice.
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“Before this play I have given Goths and Hippies a lot of hassle, skitting them and that, I will think before I do it again. And in the future I won't just be doing things because my mates say, I'll only do things if I want to"
– John, E2E student
- An hour long performance comprising of; An introduction to theatre in education, the play, a question and answer session with the characters and a brief evaluation
- Six sessions of supporting education materials and lesson plans relevant to the specific topic
- A bound report containing the statistical analysis gathered from our evaluation. This can be presented to OFSTED as evidence of a measurable outcome.
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