by Angelique Malcolm

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    Venue

    We perform at your school (in a sheltered area)

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    Performance Duration

    50 Minutes and question time

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    Cost

    $5.00 per head, $500.00 for audiences under 100 (plus GST from school)

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    Max. Audience

    200 students (parents and teachers free)

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    Age Range

    Junior Version suitable for Prep to Grade 2
    Senior Version suitable for Grades 3 to 6

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    Performance in...

    SYDNEY

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    Supporting Materials

    Support materials will be made available on booking.

Welcome to the Junior version of Bully Busters!

BO is the class ‘brain’, BAZZA is a cool ‘rapper’. They have one thing in common – they are both bullied by a boy called Jacob Appleby, nicknamed JAKE THE APE. “Well Bo baby,” says Bazza, “what can we do about Jake the Ape features?” “Do?!”, exclaims Bo, “What can anyone do about a bully, especially if he is bigger than you?”

Bo and Bazza decide to explore this question through role play. Via a series of hilarious scenarios and rap songs, they not only discover how to deal with Jake the Ape, but they learn something about themselves as well.

BULLY BUSTERS PRIMARY includes SONG and RAP and deals with the issues of:

  • Physical and Verbal Bullying;
  • Racism;
  • Name Calling;
  • Girls as Bullies;
  • Acting like a Victim;
  • Bullies are Victims too; and
  • Strategies to stop Bullying.
Bexley North Public School
“An outstanding production. Brilliant acting. The students were totally engaged. Content was relevant. Students were given strategies to combat bullying.”

HASG College
“This was a great performance – a lot of info was incorporated into an entertaining performance which kept the students involved & interested. Thank you.”

Pacific Hills Christian School:
“This is a fantastic production.”

St Aloysius Primary School:
“Well presented show. Generated lots of discussion. Very good all round.”

St Therese Primary, Denistone
“The performers were wonderfully uninhibited and engaged with the children, the performance was entertaining for staff as well and the children were engaged with the subject matter. Thank-you!”

St Michael’s Primary, Belfield (Year 6 students)
“Thank you for teaching us a valuable lesson about bullying in such a creative and enjoyable way.”

Petersham Public School
“A great show. It was very well organized and was well performed. All the children maintained interest and thoroughly enjoyed the show.”

Cromer Public School
“Students were highly engaged. The students loved the references to school teachers by name. Michael and Sheila were fantastic presenting very realistic scenarios. Question time invaluable when they shared own personal bullying situations.”

St Vincent’s Primary, Ashfield
“I thought the performance was fantastic and the two young performers did a brilliant job.”

St Aidan’s Primary
“Overall we were very pleased with all aspects of the production, from booking through to delivery. The talk with the actors afterwards was appreciated.”

St Joseph’s Primary, Enfield
“Excellent performance. Dealt with the issues in an interesting and funny way – easy for the children to understand. Terrific actors, too!”