NOT SO DUMB
BY JOHN LAZARUS
RUNNING TIME: 45 min + 10 min Q&A
AUDIENCE: Grades K - 7
TOURING: Fall 2017
Binnie and Rocky both have trouble in school. Words don’t fit together properly, and the order of the alphabet is hard to keep track of! Meanwhile, Victor - the brainy, quiet Day Monitor in their class - can’t seem to get through a recess without somebody picking on him. When Victor catches Rocky and Binnie breaking a pretty big rule, the three are forced to take a second look at their assumptions about one another. A poignant and funny story about what can happen when you put yourself in someone else’s shoes, NOT SO DUMB is a reminder that we often have more in common with each other than we think, and that everyone can shine when given the opportunity to do so.
Curriculum Connections: Arts Education | Drama | Health & Career | Social Responsibility | English Language Arts
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