The CDC reports that more than half of women (69.5%) and men (53.6%) who have been physically or sexually abused, or stalked by a dating partner, first experienced abuse between the ages of 11-24.
When a young person is taught the warning signs of abuse, they are better able to recognize this behavior in their own relationships. And when given the vocabulary to understand and explain abusive behavior, they are much more likely to develop good coping mechanisms, set boundaries, and ask for help.
Unafraid Productions knows that by introducing these terms and concepts to young people in a memorable, entertaining and relevant format, we are preparing them to have positive and healthy future relationships.
Our live productions are professional quality. We bring everything we need, right to your location.
Each script is written by our award winning founder and has been researched for accuracy, adapted for each age group and contains a meaningful lesson on a variety of subjects. Funny, sincere, and identifiable stories are performed by experienced actors and staged by our in house director.
At Unafraid Productions, we give kids the tools and vocabulary they need to help recognize unhealthy relationships and empower them to voice their concerns, seek help and talk about... the elephant in the room.
Familiar nursery rhyme and story book characters come to life, in an imaginary school called Fairy Tale University. Hilarious and thought provoking to both students and administrators, our performances are followed by a round table discussion that feature age appropriate questions as well as take home material. Our subject matter is best understood by those in grades 6-12. New topics released each season!
Boundary Setting/Body Autonomy
When Baby Bear meets Goldilocks, he wants to be her BFF more than anything, and Goldilocks quickly takes advantage of that. Baby Bear realizes it's important to set boundaries, especially with the people you love the most.
Jill thinks her mind is playing tricks on her, when her favorite things start to go missing. With a little help from Mother Goose, she soon discovers that she has a best friend, a brother, and a bully, all in the same person.
Humpty Dumpty begins dating Petra F. Wolf, who has some very confusing ways of showing affection. Humpty eventually learns that sometimes, too much love, actually hurts.
When asked on a date by the handsome and confident Prince Zander, Princess Penelope sees a different side of him. A side that makes her feel a bit queasy. She slowly realizes that life isn't always about being "happily ever after".
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