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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT GENDER EXPRESSION, STANDING UP TO BULLYING WITH THEATREWORKS
2017 Oskar Tour
February 20 - March 31, 2017
Performances scheduled in Bay Area schools

To schedule an assembly email learn@theatreworks.org or call (650) 463-7154 or visit www.theatreworks.org.

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Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes presented by TheatreWorks Education to help students understand the complexities of gender expression. In Bay Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017. Shown here from the 2016 production: (l-r): Frank (Davied Morales), Beth
(Caitlyn Louchard), and Oskar (Brandon Leland) play the parts they like best in their school play.

Photo credit: Alessandra Mello


Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes
presented by TheatreWorks Education to help students understand the complexities of gender expression. In Bay
Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017. Shown here
from the 2016 production: Beth (Caitlyn Louchard) is the
brave knight and
Frank (Davied Morales) is the damsel,
in their school play.

Photo credit: Alessandra Mello


Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes,
presented by TheatreWorks Education to help
students understand the complexities of gender
expression, playing in Bay Area schools February 20
to March 31, 2017.
Shown here from the 2016
production: Oskar (Brandon Leland) plays
the dragon in his school play.

Photo credit: Alessandra Mello


Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes,
presented by TheatreWorks Education to help
students understand the complexities of gender
expression. In Bay Area schools February 20 to
March 31, 2017. Shown here from the 2016
production (l-r): Beth (Caitlyn Louchard), reads
the school's review of their play while Oskar
(Brandon Leland)
, and
Frank (Davied Morales) react.

Photo credit: Alessandra Mello


Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes,
presented by TheatreWorks Education to help
students understand the complexities of gender
expression. In Bay Area schools February 20 to
March 31, 2017. Shown here from the 2016
production: Frank (Davied Morales) and Beth
(Caitlyn Louchard)
play the parts they like best
in Oskar's school play.

Photo credit: Alessandra Mello


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show
created by TheatreWorks Education to teach
K-5 students skills for handling bullying situations,
playing in Bay Area schools February 20 to March
31, 2017. Shown here from the 2011 production
(l-r): Frank (Ben Johnson), Beth (Jessica Payne),
and Oskar (Kyle Payne) compete in a game show.

Photo credit: Tracy Martin


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show
created by TheatreWorks Education
to teach K-5 students skills for handling
bullying situations, playing in Bay Area
schools February 20 to March 31, 2017.
Shownhere from the 2011 production
(l-r): Frank (Ben Johnson) and Oskar
(Kyle Payne) see both sides of bullying.

Photo credit: Tracy Martin


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show created
by TheatreWorks Education to teach K-5 students
skills for handling bullying situations, playing in Bay
Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017. Shown
here from the 2012 production (l-r): Frank (Norman Munoz),
Beth (Sarah Moser) and Olive (Sarah Gold).

Photo credit: Scott Alan Devine


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show created by
TheatreWorks Education
to teach K-5 students
skills for handling bullying situations, playing in
Bay Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017.
Shown here from the 2012 production (l-r): Beth
(Sarah Moser) explains how she feels to Frank
(Norman Munoz) while Olive (Sarah Gold) listens.


Photo credit: Scott Alan Devine


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show created
by TheatreWorks Education to teach K-5 students
skills for handling bullying situations, playing in Bay Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017. Shown here from the 2012 production (l-r): Olive (Sarah Gold) reacts to some
news Beth (Sarah Moser) has shared while
Frank (Norman Munoz) is surprised.


Photo credit: Scott Alan Devine


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle, a show created
by TheatreWorks Education to teach K-5 students
skills for handling bullying situations, playing in
Bay Area schools February 20 to March 31, 2017.

Shown here from the 2012 production (l-r):
Olive (Sarah Gold) silences Frank (Norman Munoz), keeping him from telling on her for bullying.

Photo credit: Scott Alan Devine


Oskar and the Big Bully Battle
, a show created
by TheatreWorks Education to teach K-5 students skills
for handling bullying situations. Shown here from the 2012
production (l-r): Beth (Sarah Moser), Olive (Sarah Gold),
and Frank (Norman Munoz) get excited.

Photo credit: Scott Alan Devine


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