Students at Century High School send a message to their peers.
"The show that we're doing today is mainly about bullying and it shows several stories and situations about bullying. And it kinda hits you to the core," says student Annika Syvrud.
The CHS theatre department presents Funhouse, a one-act play that portrays the bully, the bullied, and the bystander.
The show has very limited dialogue, but even without words, the message is clear.
"Bullying has just become a big issue in our society. And I feel like kids who have been bullied or are bullying can really just take a look in the mirror with our play and see what it's doing to us and to the victims of bullying. It sends a good message to people. It's just not right and everyone deserves to be treated fairly," says Jenna Inman.
The students are taking their show on the road.
They will perform in the Class A One-Act Play Festival in Devils Lake Monday.
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