About The Play
A play about sexual-orientation that also challenges homophobic attitudes whilst telling the story of a teenager struggling to tell friends and family that she is gay.
Suitable for years 8-12.
A thought provoking play with naturalistic characters. Sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, always powerful.
Covering the issues of;
- Gaining courage and understanding from “the coming out” stories of other people,
- “Coming out’ to friends and family,
- Not assuming that gay people are attracted to all people of the same sex, in the same way that heterosexual people are not attracted to all people of the opposite sex,
- Using the word ‘gay’ as an insult or to mean that something is not very good,
- Bigoted ideas towards people of a different sexual orientation,
- Challenging homophobic bullying,
- The number of people who identify as gay in the UK,
- Gay marriage,
- The ‘gay gene’,
- Anti-discriminatory laws,
- Eminent gay people and gay role models,
- Support organisations.
The story of an ordinary teenage girl, who happens to be gay, as she navigates her way through ‘coming out’.
“Showed all aspects. Thought provoking.”
Helen Quinn. Rainford High Technology College. St. Helens.
- 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.
Please note all prices are subject to an additional 40p per mile travel expenses charge (excluding the first and last forty miles).
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