‘Super School’ theater performance at Greenwood Library

by | Oct 5, 2009

Taproot Theatre’s Road Company presents a free public performance of “Super School” at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17, at Greenwood Library, as part of Live Theatre Week. The show teaches children how to handle bullying and violence.

In “Super School,” it’s back to school at Asteroid Academy, and the first rule is, no superpowers on the playground. But when Danrelle uses her invisibility powers to steal Tilly’s toy and tries to get her to explode in anger, the students risk detention or even being suspended. Students’ favorite superheroes from “Camp Super Friend” are back with all-new challenges and experiences. Will they use their superpowers for good or for evil? Only a visit to Asteroid Academy will tell!

“Super School” is designed to teach even students as young as kindergarten about problem solving, empathy, how to manage their emotions and how to prevent bullying. Taproot Theatre’s Road Company performed “Camp Super Friend” at the FringeJR portion of the New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) in August, and is currently touring at schools.

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