Last week the third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders enjoyed the Billy Elliot play in the school. Billy was a participatory musical. In the show we followed Billy on his journey to discover his true passion, dance, and at the same time, to see his difficulties in freely expressing what he likes, without fear of being judged by other friends.
Are there hobbies for girls and hobbies for boys? Why are they laughing at us when we don’t act like most people do when we’re broken? Does bullying serve to hide the fears of those who do it?
The story of Billy, in the first person, revealed to us what can we have to transform into positive what a priori seems negative and what we can do when others make fun of us.
Here you can see some pictures about that day.