by Angelique Malcolm & Ken Miller



SHOW SOME RESPECT explores a range of issues on the topic of respectful relationships.

The play  is structured around a series of monologues, dialogues and role-plays, engaging students with humour, drama and rap singing.

Themes explored in the play include:

  • developing respectful relationships;
  • setting boundaries;
  • rights and responsibilities in relationships;
  • gender stereotypes;
  • gender and respect;
  • discrimination and harassment;
  • consent;
  • communication and the language of respect;
  • social media and respect; and
  • and what to do if you or a friend are the subject of harassment or violence.

The content of the play will be modified according to the year group of the audience.

Each standard programs comes with your choice of facilitation:

  1. Game Show
  2. Scenarios
  3. Conversation Box

For an extra 30mins you get all 3 Facilitations, just mention this when enquiring or filling out the booking form. 

Supporting materials will be made available upon booking.

The young actors pitched their presentation perfectly! The scenarios, language, tempo were well timed and suited to our Yr 9s, Highly commended!
Montmorency Secondary College

This was a really worthwhile class for our Year 8s. They enjoyed it and learnt a lot of information. They were very chatty – partly because they were engaged and wanted to discuss issues with each other.
Loyola College
Cost: $6*per student (audiences 100-200 students) $150 for an extra 30min, which includes all 3 facilitations. Discounts for booking full package *excluding GST and travel fees
Show Type: Incursion. We perform at your school (in a sheltered area)
Year Level Suitability: Secondary (years 7 - 9)
Duration: 60 to 90mins (including facilitation)
Artform: Comedy, Drama, Workshop