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The Boy Who Cried Bully

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About the Show:

Meet Nate, a typical third-grader who loves playing outside with friends, adding comic relief to Miss Thurgood’s class and telling tall tales. Nate’s biggest problem is Sam, a fifth-grade bully who has it in for him and his friends. With Sam and her sidekick stealing all of Nate’s lunch money, his troubles seem to be getting worse. Fortunately, Bob the Bully-Buster is invited to Nate’s classroom to talk about what they can do to identify and prevent bullying in their school. But will Nate’s reputation for exaggerating stories keep him from getting the help he needs?

This honest examination of bullying—how it starts, why it happens and what to do to stop it—is a fun, theatrical way to deal with this sensitive topic while also showing students the dangers of bending the truth. Based on the classic Aesop’s fable, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, this honest, hilarious and engaging production looks at stretching truths and accepting differences.

In light of limitations placed on SCCT by COVID-19, and since we are currently not allowed INSIDE a school, SCCT is offering a virtual version of The Boy Who Cried Bully, free of charge for ALL South Carolina elementary schools through Saturday, November 21, 2020. This offering has been underwritten by the Amick Family in honor of Suzanne Amick, with generous support from SC Arts Commission. Special thanks to Tom Quinn for kindly allowing distribution of his work. SCCT recommends this production for THIRD GRADE STUDENTS.

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