• Edinburgh Fringe

A group of animals are bullied around a barnyard by Orwell, the pig. Sadly, Orwell isnt the only bullying animal. BaaBaa, the black sheep; Hoot, the owl; two blind mice, Betty and Bertha; Fat Cat, the cat; Martha, a chicken, and Molly, the mule, take turns at bullying - especially when what little harmony that exists is disrupted when Runyon (the runt of a litter) is dumped into the yard. Using animals to depict bullying allows kids to see the harm of bullying in a way that is softer for younger children, with enough sophisticated humor to keep older kids stimulated.