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"Real problems. Real solutions. Real life."

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"I brought my grandson's great-grandma to see him and the timely show you put on, 'No Bullies Allowed'. I've haven't been to a more rewarding, entertaining and timely performance in a while. All the performers were great and you're all to be congratulated on the choreography and dialogue you put together." - Maryanne L.

WHEN: June 6th @ 7pm, June 7th @ 7pm, June 8th @ 2pm
WHERE: Village Theatre, 233 Front Street, Danville, CA
WHO: All audiences welcome


For our 10th anniversary year, we wanted to create a show that was not only entertaining, but socially relevant and educational for everyone involved. Few things are being talked about more with kids these days than bullying. In fact, recently we have seen this issue raised even in adult settings, including unexpected places like the NFL. After weeks of discussion, we could think of no better, or more important issue to address in a show.

This performance is going to explore the many ways that bullying rears its ugly head. More importantly, it will also present time-tested and unique ways of dealing with these challenging issues. Having worked with hundreds of kids over many years as educators and mentors outside of the typical school setting, we believe we have a unique perspective on the problem of mental and physical intimidation. Our goal is to have performers and audiences alike leave with a new set of skills. You will still see the Hip Hop dancing, acting, and even comedy, which have defined our shows for years. However, this time you will also see us take on a serious and sensitive subject in a way that promotes thought and growth.

We look forward to having you and your family join us on this journey of self-discovery, social awareness and entertainment.


Now we close the curtain on another year and start to work on 2015. BUT, not before we give you a heartfelt thanks for joining us on this journey. Our performers and families put in months of work. Our audiences shared with us their valuable time. Our crew gave their best. We really couldn't ask for more. Thank you for your praise, love and continued support. We promise you that we never take it for granted.