QCT on the Road 2014
Bring QCT to YOUR school!
Tye has a problem. A bully named Alex and his friend Chris pick on him, tease him and generally make his school life miserable. Tye’s brother tells him the way to deal with bullies is to punch them. Tye’s sister thinks he should just hide and try to be invisible whenever Alex is around. But Back Up Dog, a super pup in training, has a better idea. He sees that Tye’s passive behaviors make him a target for bullies and teaches Tye to stand up straight, look the bully in the eye, and speak with a strong voice. Tye is soon able to do that and more! He finds that he can turn a bullying situation around by asking questions, pretending to agree and giving compliments. And, most importantly, Tye learns that reporting bullying is vital—adults can only help if they know what is going on.
$200 for the first performance; $125 for each additional performance.
Audience size should be limited to 150 students per performance.
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BUD and the Bully is currently scheduled for:
Funded in part by the Illinois Arts Council, the city of Quincy and the business and individual members of the Quincy Society of Fine Arts.