“Roseneath Theatre’s 34th Season – Be True To You
– is our most ambitious and groundbreaking season to date. This season we encourage our young audiences to be true to themselves and positively embrace the world around them. Through these compelling stories we invite students to reflect on their own sense of self while supporting their peers and family to be true to themselves as well.”
Announcing Roseneath Theatre’s 34th season of Social Justice & Equity Themed In-School Plays: Be True To You!
Please share this information with teachers, principals or parent council members who may wish to learn more about Roseneath Theatre’s in school performances. Early Bird Bookers save $25 on bookings confirmed by June 30, 2017.
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October 23 – December 8, 2017
by Paul Dunn
Themes: Homophobia, Bullying, Mental Health, GSAs
Three friends, two high schools, one lunch hour. The story of one teen’s triumph over homophobic bullying, depression and suicide.
January 22 – February 16, 2018
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
by Robert Watson
Themes: Family, Diversity, Imagination, Identity, Teamwork
A junior bird watcher’s adventure in Hawaii leads her to discover the Laysan Albatross whose families have similarities to her own.
March 19 – May 4, 2018
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS
by Dave Deveau
Themes: Gender Identity, Diversity, Equity
Fiona has always felt different. Struggling with gender identity, Fiona cuts her hair short and asks family to start calling him Fin.
April 6 – May 18, 2018
Native American adaptation by Drew Hayden Taylor
from the Irish Play ‘Tir Na N’Og’ by Greg Banks
Themes: Indigenous Culture, Racism, Bullying, Perseverance, Fairness, Respect
When two Indigenous sisters go on a mystical journey with their horse Wildwind, their father must chase them down to save his family.