Everyone Else Is Doin' It
About the Play…
A play about teenagers and underage sex, sexual heath, sexually transmitted infections, contraception and the surrounding emotions and myths.
Suitable for year 9 – 13
This play tackles the issues of teenage and underage sex. Covering the issues of;
- Sexually transmitted infections
- How to protect yourself and your partner
- Teenage pregnancy
- That the only way to be sure of not catching a STI or getting pregnant is to not have sex
- Not being afraid to say no and wait until the right time
- Dispelling the myth that boys are always the driving force in initiating sex
- Exploring the emotions surrounding first time sex
- Where to go for advice about contraception and STI testing
- What to do it you are pregnant and the options available
- What to do it you suspect you have a STI
- Dispelling the myths surrounding sex, pregnancy and STI’s
With a Brechtian approach this play is sketch driven, using the conventions of monologue, duologue, documentary, game show and chat show, this play tackles a very serious issue in a darkly comic way. In seven isolated scenes we meet every one from “Ann Robinson” in “The Weakest Myth” and “Chris Tarrant“ in “Who Wants To Be Infected” to a pregnant fourteen year old and a sixteen year old boy who wants to wait until he finds some one he loves…or at least likes before he has sex.
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“Very informative about STIs. I think a lot of questions were answered about things that young people would normally feel too embarrassed to ask about”
– Jenny Tucker Youth Worker, The Place Mobile Project
- An hour long performance comprising of; An introduction to theatre in education, the play, a question and answer session with the charters and a brief evaluation
- Six sessions of supporting education materials and lesson plays 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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