Life Lessons Learned: Hoodie

Written by Lindsay Price

Middle schoolers face a tornado of questions every day. What do I wear? What if I wear the wrong thing? What is she wearing? What do I look like? Stop looking at me!

Hoodie by Lindsay Price examines image and appearance in the vignette style and poses what may be the most difficult question of all – Do I stay in the clump or do I stand alone?

The drama students at Washington Jr. High School in Manitowoc, WI asked and answered these tough questions in their performance of Hoodie. From the first read-through to the set design to opening night, it is obvious that this was a true labour of love.

Not only were the students able to gain experience and insight into the theatrical process, but they were able to truly relate to the theme and messaging throughout the play:

“You should learn how to be an individual and do what you want to do in your life.”

“You don’t always have to be in a certain group. Just be yourself. Be unique.”

Click the picture below for a sneak peek into their performance process.


Amazing job, Washington Jr. High School!

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Lindsay Price