Information for Schools and Teachers
Two boys, aged 13 and 15, are charged with manslaughter after kicking rocks off a freeway overpass and killing a motorist.
Based on a true story, The Stones is about risk taking behaviour and the pain of guilt when things go too far. The play places the audience
in the position of a jury where they must consider whether the boys are responsible for their actions, or too young to know what they were doing.
55 MINS +10 MINS POST-SHOW Q&A. (BUMP IN: 60 MINS)
2020 TOUR DATES:
SE QLD: Terms 1 – 4
North QLD: Term 4
$8/ STUDENT (+GST) MINIMUM COST $1200 (+GST)
FOR AUDIENCES OF 150 STUDENTS OR LESS.
Purchase the full script of The Stones here.
The Arts (Drama, Dance, Music), HPE, SOSE, Legal Studies, National Safe Schools Framework, National Values Framework, National strategy for young Australians, National framework for health promoting schools, MindMatters, Pastoral Care, Behaviour Management, Student Welfare, Student Safety, Student Wellbeing, National Education and the Arts Statement.
Physical Theatre, Political Theatre, Brechtian Conventions, Mime, Multiple Role Playing, Comedy, Monologue and Live Music.
Risk Taking, Peer Pressure, Responsibility of Actions, Legal System, Decision Making, Crime and Punishment.