The one dealing with dating violence is called “Katie” and the other dealing with bullying and prejudicial insults people in the LGBTQ community face in a school situation is called “The Power of One.” Fiorillo said the plays also demonstrate the role bystanders can have in these situations and it will “hopefully give them a better understanding of what they can do in that situation.” “The more people become aware, the less these things will happen,” Fiorillo said.
The performances are aimed at high school students because “in high school, people aren’t fully evolved,” Fiorillo said, adding students are afraid to stand out or make waves for fear of being ostracized, whereas in college, people are more likely to be more accepting of others.
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SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — Penn State Schuylkill theater students will be using a special performance this week to raise awareness for high school students on two important topics. The 16 students in Fiorillo’s Theater 282 class will be performing two plays under the title “Inner Thoughts: Motivating the Bystander to Act” — one play on dating violence, and another on bullying toward those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning or queer.
Cathy Fiorillo, the director and associate teaching professor of theater and speech, said Penn State Schuylkill was “asked by Schuylkill Women in Crisis to put on a show that deals with dating violence” particularly dating violence at the high school level. They developed two 15- to 20-minute plays, which will shed light on the subjects.
“It’s very important for the audience members to ask questions about things that affected them or they didn’t understand,” Anthony-Spolski said.