RESPECT programs consist of educational theatre presentations paired with panel or group discussions led by community professionals and our actor-educators.

In talk-back sessions for elementary students, participants have the opportunity to try out their own solutions through role-playing. Programs for middle and high school students allow participants to submit questions anonymously for discussion during the talk-back session. Each adult training is 60 or 90 minutes and combines a research-based presentation with the use of theatre and role-play.

In Response to the COVID-19 pandemic, programs are available virtually as well as in-person. Virtual performances are fully interactive and work the same way as our in-person offerings using your preferred video-conferencing platform. Contact us at info@respect2all.org or 402-965-1425 to discuss which method is right for you.

Rewind & Rework Add-on Session: Add on an extra half-hour to any 4th – 12th grade program for students to work directly with RESPECT’s actor-educators to use role-play to problem-solve bullying or relationship challenges that they face. Scenes will be based on students’ and staff’s own real-life experiences.