“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
Bippity Boppity Bedoodle! With Fairy Godmother’s wand losing power and the “happily ever afters” going awry because of all the bullying in Fairytalezania, something has to change. Kara is summoned to this land of fractured fairytales to straighten out the stories and restore their happy endings. When Kara returns to school, will she befriend the new kid and recognize, refuse and report the bullying he’s experiencing?
- Recognizing, Refusing and Reporting Bullying
- Accepting Differences and Diversity
- Confronting Prejudice
Giddy-up! A new Ranger’s in town and ready to start at a new school. Wes has an imagination as big as a Texas prairie, but when his family moves from the Wild West to the Northwest, he crosses paths with Lily L’Amour who is “tougher and meaner than a rattlesnake with a sunburn.” Will Wes be able to face the bullying and make new friends? Or will he lose his territory and spend recess in hiding for the rest of the year?
- Bullying Prevention
- Recognize, Refuse, Report
- How to be an Ally
- Forming Friendships
(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.
“…wonderful, all of the students were pulled into the play and I feel I gained a deeper understanding to the importance of friendship!” – Heidi Harris, Teacher, St. Mary Magdalen
“The students loved it & the content was perfect!” – Cindy Addis, Principal, Hazelwood Elementary
To book a show contact Touring.
Financial assistance is available through the Erica Enns Scholarship Fund to schools for whom the cost of a performance may be a hardship.