Not My Problem’ is a play about bullying, covering a wide range of highly debated issues including racism, sexism and homophobia.
Set in a wrestling ring, the play identifies those who are responsible when bullying takes place and explores solutions in dealing with the problem.
The project also allows the audience to examine the thoughts, feelings and anxieties the victim experiences.
An interactive workshop followed shortly after each performance of the play. During the workshop the play is revisted with members of the audience given the opportunity to replace the actors and explore alternative outcomes of key scenes.