SOME AUDIENCE REACTION TO project ARC:
"You guys inspired everyone in the school.
We are all trying to help now."
"You made people smile, laugh,
and think a little harder about rights and responsibilities."
"I am going to change my way of life
and do stuff in responsible ways."
"I also learned about actions, so if I do something small,
it can help the world HUGELY!"
"The performance was spectacular.
It was very moving. I will remember this."
"... thank you for sharing that presentation with us because
it will probably change most of our lives forever including mine."
- Students, Smokey Drive Elementary School
"My favourite part was the song when the girl
was playing the guitar. It sounded really professional!"
"I loved the presentation
because the rhythm in it was awesome!"
"I also learned that you don't have to be perfect,
you can be yourself."
"I thought it was exciting being in the first row
because they are really great actors."
"It makes you think about how lucky you are."
"I learned that rights come with responsibility"
- Students, Colby Village Elementary School
"You taught us about human rights in a fun way...
I loved the play it's indescribable, awesome work!"
"I think that your performance was
one of the best our school has seen."
"You definitely inspired me to push harder
to help the animals and the community."
"I've been bullied in the past and you guys helped me
cause now, I don't need to regret the past.
And I can be who I want to be! Thank you!"
"You guys were amazing. If I were to put a scale
on it you'd get a ten no doubt!"
"I loved your presentation it really showed
how important it is to remember,
with rights come many responsibilities."
- Students, Hammonds Plains Elementary
"Your performance was fantastically awesome!"
"I learned to never be insecure and that
you have rights and responsibilities."
"And the presentation really opened up my eyes
because sometimes I forget about starving people
and kids who have to work."
"I learned a lot about perspective, rights, responsibility,
insecurity and being THANKFUL and happy."
- Students, Sheet Harbour Consolidated
"I have already referred to different aspects of the play
- how it applies to friendship (rights and responsibilities)
as well as the larger world and inequality for many children."
- Gr. 4 teacher, Michael Wallace Elementary
"I don’t think that I have ever had a more engaging and passionate performance in any of my 30+ years in education.
My students and staff have been talking about the impact
it had on them all day long."
- Roberta Jones, Principal, Humber Park Elementary