by Anne K. Brady
directed by Nathan Jeffrey
Jason and Trevor have been best friends for years, but Jason’s pursuit of Claire throws it all into turmoil. As alliances shift and Trevor struggles to maintain their friendship, Jason and his new girlfriend begin an online campaign of bullying and harassment which leaves Trevor isolated and upset. With newfound confidence, Jason begins a run for class president, providing Trevor an opportunity to publicly humiliate him. Relationship Status examines the social consequences of online behavior, and how to make positive choices to end the downward spiral of cyberbullying and harassment.
- Cyberbullying prevention
- Understanding the consequences of gossip and rumors
- Examining various forms of bullying and harassment, both subtle and overt
- Personal and social responsibility
(Same play, same day, same location)
(Different show, same day, same location)
|Classroom visits & workshops (per hour)||$100|
|Savings on multiple school bookings|
* A travel fee is added for all destinations.
“We use Taproot Theatre’s Road Company because they reflect the values of our schools and community, and help us reach out to our students and share that bullying and harassment never need to be accepted in our schools.” – Brian Schultz, Executive Director of Schools, Shoreline School District
“This was a great performance that kept the attention of the students. I strongly recommend this production.” – Joel Ricks, Dean of Students, Kent Phoenix Academy
“Once again Taproot Theatre has created a timely play to address the issue of cyber bullying. A great presentation packed full of relevant information.” – Diane Slagle, Counselor, Horizon Middle School, Ferndale
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