Dear Colleagues,

Sharing this show with communities and bringing families together to talk about what’s taking place continues to be an honor for us as we bring Bully into theater festivals and regional theaters. It’s not just children who are suffering and there have been multiple moments during our post-show Q&A where adults who have been bullied and others who’ve been bullies have spoken up and joined the discussion. With the rise of cyberbullying, this abuse certainly extends beyond the walls of schools into extra-curricular programming and workplaces. Bully has been a valuable addition to theatrical programming and we look forward to appearing in your theater, as well.



“Unassailable messages sugarcoated with ounces of sweat, pounds of goofy humor and tons of heart.” Eric Grode

The New York Times


Q: What age range is appropriate for the show?
A: We have performed in high schools and middle schools. We recommend students ages 10+ see the show.
Q: What do you typically charge?
A: Performance rates vary and we are more than willing to work with you to find an agreeable rate.
Q: What is included?
A: The cost includes a performance of the show, followed by a Question and Answer session with the audience.

Tech Specs

Lighting (optional requirements) The following four lighting “looks” are employed during each performance of Bully​.

  • Look 1: A general wash of the entire stage allowing for upstage and downstage movement. Typically involves white lights only. Used throughout the show.
  • Look 2: A more focused lighting setup only centerstage and downstage right. Typically involves white lights only. Used during four “Mrs. DoLittle” segments of the show.
  • Look 3: The boxing ring used five times over the course of the show. Typically involves a mixture of white and red lights to give the feel of a boxing ring on the stage.
  • Look 4: An intimate lighting look used in a handful of moments throughout the show. Typically involves soft, white spotlights center stage.

Sound & projections Performer will provide a MacBook Air laptop (with VGA Female In adapter) to run sound and projection cues from the Q­Lab software. Performer will also provide a video adaptor and a 100 ft. VGA to VGA (male to male) cable to connect the laptop to the projection unit. Note that the projection image should fill 75% of the space on the screen so that the projections can be clearly seen. Additionally, a general PA system that fills the space will be required for the sound cues.

Other Notes

  • Ideally, this show is run by a single operator. If lighting & sound boards aren’t physically next
  • to each other, there needs to be a second operator.
  • The ideal performance space is 20’ x 20’
  • Ideally, the projection screen should be located stage left of the playing area, but other
  • positions are also manageable.