Red Fish

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A Comedy About Depression

Liz and Ethan are navigating the pitfalls of being a teenager in 2016, while dealing with their own depression and anxiety. Along the way they meet the Superhero Red Fish who claims he’s only here to help them… but what happens when our innermost voice becomes our worst enemy?

Touring to schools:
October 3 – 7
November 21 – 25

Cost $500/show or $850/2 shows

To book or for more info: http://performns.ca or

halifaxtheatreforyoungpeople@gmail.com

 Redfish relates to the following Healthy Living curriculum outcomes:

* distinguish between positive and negative peer influence and acquire skills for resisting/asserting oneself in negative peer influence

* examine the role of bystander in cases where a peer/friend is experiencing emotional, physical, psychological harm

* analyze their health needs in times of change and apply strategies that enhance their capacity to manage change in their lives

* identify healthy and unhealthy relationships and demonstrate assertiveness skills to communicate thoughts and feelings within primary relationships

* demonstrate positive self-identity that effectively enables them to manage their health, relationships, and interactions with the world

* recognize the warning signs of depressive disorders and the importance of seeking help for these disorders

* think critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context

* demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills that facilitate positive relationships between themselves and the world

* critically analyze industry’s impact on body image

* recognize the impact that substance use can have on mental health issues, including depression and anxiety