Our ensemble will be be making an appearance at an exciting local conference this Saturday. The Girls Empowerment Network (GenAustin) will be hosting their We Are Girls Conference this Saturday, November 6th at the Ann Richards School.
Registration is still open if you’d like to attend this conference!
GenAustin’s mission is “to foster healthy self-esteem in girls by engaging them to explore and define their personal values and to build skills that empower them with confidence and courage to make wise choices.” For more information on GenAustin or their work in the Austin Area, please see their website: http://www.genaustin.org
We will perform our teen-generated performance piece about issues of bullying and cyberbullying. After the performance, ensemble members will host a series of interactive activities and help participants brainstorm different ways they can become a helpful bystanders in bullying situations.
Nicole (center) plays Claire, the new girl in school
who becomes the target of some nasty rumors.
Why is it different to text than to say something directly to someone’s face?
In this moment, ensemble members create a human facebook wall.
When do comments made “just for fun” get out of hand?
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We’ll keep you posted with photos and news from this weekend’s performance!