THE SHAPE OF A GIRL
      BY JOAN MACLEOD                               *For ages 11 and older
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Fifteen year old Braidie knows that bullying is wrong, but her best friend persists in

picking on Sophie, an innocent, awkward girl who just wants to belong.

 

Can Braidie break free of the mean girls that were once childhood friends and

stand up for what’s right?
 

The Shape of a Girl is a dynamic one-woman play that examines the frightening realities of teenage relationships, aggression and a young woman’s battle with inaction.

 

As told through a series of conversations, memories, and events in Braidie’s world, award-winning Canadian playwright Joan MacLeod has created a stirring portrait of a teenager struggling at home and in school.

 

Ultimately, Braidie must decide whether there is such a thing as an innocent bystander, and whether the penalty of speaking up will be too high a personal cost.


“Gripping one-woman show.”

—NEW YORK TIMES

TEEN BULLYING BYSTANDER TAKES CENTER STAGE / WNPR

Braidie 2

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