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Wednesday, November 21, 2012 1:36 PM

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FORT JENNINGS — Ft. Jennings Elementary students attended a captivating assembly given by the Saltworks Theatre Company entitled “Stand Up”, which is aimed at addressing, reducing, and preventing bullying. The ensemble presented a highly energetic and interactive play which follows the lives of five high school kids, three bullies, the target and the bystander, through real life scenarios affecting school children everyday everywhere.

Stand Up helps students achieve better peer pressure relations and is written to be a supplement to any bully prevention program in use. The professional, dramatic production teaches students to treat others the way they would want to be treated.

 

Saltworks is a non-profit, professional arts company which addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of children, youth, and families through the creation and performance of contemporary dramatic works. The company was founded on the belief that lives can be positively changed through the power of live theater. Just as salt seasons and preserves food, Saltworks endeavors to flavor life and foster wholesome adventures that can last a lifetime.

For over 20 years, Saltworks has offered family theater, school assemblies on social issues performed as Educational Dramas, actor training, church plays, and more. Saltworks is a Member of Christians In Theatre Arts (CITA) and funded in part by Allegheny Regional Asset District.
For more information, visit saltworks.org.


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