Oskar and his friends want to come to your school assembly!

Oskar tours schools from February 15 – April 5, 2019 Each show runs 45 minutes, including a talk back with cast.

This year we offer:

Oskar the Big Bully Battle

Oskar and the Last Straw

 

Told from the point of view of 10-year old Oskar, the first addresses bullying, and the second, the pressures of life and school. Each play revolves around Oskar’s world, friends, and the audience in a fast and furious tale of resilience and friendship presented by professional adult actors.  

For more information or to bring an Oskar performance to your school, contact Katie Bartholomew, Associate Education Director, at 650.463.7154 or kbartholomew@theatreworks.org.

 

OSKAR AND THE LAST STRAW 
Written by Prince Gomolvilas

Oskar faces an overwhelming amount of schoolwork, extracurricular activities, social events, and pressure from all around him. In this play, Oskar learns that he can bounce back, that he’s awesome…awesomely resilient! This high-energy show will encourage students to embrace their personal power and to be optimistic about their future.

See ABC 7's coverage of Oskar and the Last Straw

 

OSKAR AND THE BIG BULLY BATTLE

By Prince Gomolvilas

Oskar and his pals teach your students skills for handling the ever-growing epidemic of bullying that occurs in schools every day. Through this show, students learn the same lessons as Oskar: that you always have a choice. Oskar and the Big Bully Battle is an interactive play filled with humor, excitement, and imagination.


Read about Oskar and the Big Bully Battle in the Tri-City Voice.

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The ongoing series of Oskar plays for young audiences has been touring schools throughout the Bay Area since 2006 and has reached more than 100,000 students. The plays—which tackle bullying, resiliency, and empathy—have received an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from students, teachers, administrators, and parents. While all the Oskar plays deal with their subject matter in a humorous fashion, they have made a serious impact on student behavior.

 

Additional Shows in the Oskar Series:

OSKAR AND THE COUNTLESS COSTUME CHANGES

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