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Jessica Grey, who identifies as bisexual and was bullied in school, says seeing the play Outside has opened her eyes to the ways that theatre can make issues real for people. (BERNARD WEIL) Advertisement I was curious how someone with experience of the issues in the show might respond and, through Roseneath and Buddies, found Grey.She identifies as bisexual, experienced bullying in school and has struggled with mental health issues. Through her current work as a youth intern at Central Toronto Youth Services, Grey is “using my own stories and my own experiences to help other people get through.” LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “I didn’t know there were plays like this, telling the truth, basically.”That’s 24-year-old Jessica Grey’s response to Outside, Paul Dunn’s play about the effects of homophobic bullying on one young man and his wider community. Grey and I attended a recent daytime performance at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, in the company of a full house of 7th to 12th graders.Roseneath Theatre’s production of Outside, directed by the company’s artistic director, Andrew Lamb, has toured Ontario schools on and off since 2015 and has been seen by over 35,000 young people. Along the way it earned two Dora nominations and, this weekend, will have two public evening performances at Buddies. Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement But a play about this material is a new wrinkle for her. Outside is the story of 15-year-old Daniel (G. Kyle Shields), whose life is turned upside down when his schoolmates create a cruel game that revolves around calling him “faggot.” While those of us who are long out of high school might like to think this kind of homophobic abuse is a thing of the past, Grey says the premise rings true.“It is real,” she says, “and it’s sad and it shouldn’t be that way, but it is a real thing still. It’s still a stigma that’s being broken down. People are still learning to catch themselves when they’re saying things. There are lots of micro-aggressions all the time.”The play treats its material with considerable complexity and does not provide easy answers. Daniel comes out as gay to himself and others in the course of the play but doesn’t admit how difficult his situation at school is becoming. That “would be making it real, what was happening, and I didn’t want it to be real,” the character says.This resonated strongly with Grey: “I know what that’s like, in the sense that you don’t want to talk about it with your family because you think they won’t understand; you don’t want to talk about it at school because it’s going to cause more of a problem. Realistically you’re the only one that’s dealing with it. No one understands what you are going through, and you get more and more used to keeping it to yourself.”The action in the play moves between Daniel talking about his experience to the Gay-Straight Alliance in his new school; and the attempts of friends at his old school, Krystina (Mina James) and Jeremy (Giacomo Sellar), to set up a similar organization. In flashback scenes we learn about how the three became friends and about Daniel’s downward spiral, which involves depression and a suicide attempt.I wonder why Daniel doesn’t reveal the depth of his personal struggle even to his closest allies. Grey says she gets it: “It’s easier to be, like, OK you’re my friend and you’re here, and we don’t need to be that deep and open because if you’re not OK with it then I have nobody.”Grey balks at my suggestion that the play has to do with society needing to show more sensitivity to difference: “It’s not just about being sensitive. There’s something that irks me about that whole thing . . . we’re all just humans. It shouldn’t matter where we came from, how we identify, how we got here, whatever. It should just be that I’m a human, you’re a human and we co-exist together. We have to get to the place where it’s not about ‘accepting’ each other.”Is there a risk, I wonder, in putting this play in front of young people for whom the subject matter might be close to home?“When we were leaving there was a girl — it kind of broke my heart a bit — but she said she was crying during the show,” Grey recounts. “She has tried to kill herself four times. Four times! The play was making her feel comfortable enough to say that. That’s one of the reasons why I’m doing the project I’m working on right now, getting the voice out there that these things happen with youth all the time and that you shouldn’t be afraid to talk about what you’re going through.”Grey says that seeing this play has opened her eyes to the ways that theatre can make issues real for people. “You can ignore a poster or an ad on TV, but when you sit down to watch a play and you listen to the words coming through and the actions, like a short skit of real life, it gets under your skin.”At the Theatre With . . . is an occasional series in which theatre critic Karen Fricker brings people with specialist perspectives to performances.by Karen Fricker Advertisement Twitter
DANVERS, MA — St. John’s Prep recently announced the names of Wilmington students who earned academic honors for the second quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.Headmaster’s List (A- or above in all courses)Alex FlynnJonathan MoradPrincipal’s List (B+ or above in all courses)Nicholas AckermanJames CallahanCameron EichHonor Roll (B or above in all courses)Vincent CallahanNicholas Morad(NOTE: The above information is from St. John’s Prep.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 7 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 5 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”
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Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee released the Braille version of her autobiography titled Jiban Sangram.On Friday, Banerjee released the book at Nabanna. The Braille version will help millions of visually challenged people to go through the book, which is a narrative of her journey into the life of Chief Minister.Amway India undertook the initiative jointly with its NGO partner Turnstone Global and converted the book into its Braille version. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsDr Kanchan Gaba, secretary of Turnstone Global, and Chandra Chakraborty, Regional Manager (East) of Amway India, handed over the Braille version of the book to the Chief Minister. It may be mentioned that five books penned by the Chief Minister including Amar Nabajanma, Sishubela and Rudraksha, were favourite ones in the International Kolkata Book Fair held in January. Amar Nabajanma is a collection of essays based on the current socio-political scenario, while Sishubela is a collection of rhymes for children.Upalabdhi is the first book of Banerjee, who was conferred with honorary DLitt for her contribution to Bengali literature, and it was sold more than 50,000 copies. Manusher Joy, Anashan Kano and Kanyar Chokhe Kanyashree are very popular among readers.
Twitter reportedly plans to list itself on the New York Stock Exchange rather than the Nasdaq when it becomes a publicly traded company.The reason for avoiding Nasdaq, which lists many tech companies, is the fear of a glitch-plagued IPO like the one Facebook suffered last year, according to an exclusive report by TheStreet.com. Facebook’s first trading day was a mess of delays and technical problems that led to some trades not going through. The Securities and Exchange Commission fined Nasdaq $10 million for the botched IPO, citing Nasdaq’s “poorly designed systems and hasty decision-making.”Twitter’s IPO, which will likely take place in late 2013 or early 2014, is expected to bring in about $1.5 billion for the social network, TheStreet.com reports.Twitter did not respond to Entrepreneur.com’s request for comment.On September 12, Twitter announced via its own social network that it had confidentially filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a planned IPO. The confidential filing was made possible by a provision of the JOBS Act that went into effect last year.The stealth filing option is only available for companies with less than $1 billion in annual revenue. Twitter is expected to earn $583 million in advertising revenue this year, and come close to $1 billion in ad earnings next year.Like many companies on the verge of an IPO, Twitter is seeking a line of revolving credit. With Goldman Sachs said to be leading the IPO, that leaves rival firms JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley — who also reportedly will have roles in the IPO — to lead the credit line of $500 million to $1 billion. This stockpile of cash will keep Twitter flush in the event that its market debut has to be put on hold.Related: Wall Street to Nasdaq: What’s Your Problem? Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 2 min read September 24, 2013 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free