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The Stage Play: O.M.G. Private Pain In Public Schools


O.M.G. - Private Pain in Public Schools is a compelling novel and stage play that connects with the real struggles that girls and guys face and the resilience they have to overcome. It's a story that will take you through the harsh ride of abuse, bullying and parental pressures that teens and parents may grapple with at some point in their lives.

It's her senior year at Shockton Academy, like most teenagers, sixteen year old Petrice has big plans for her school year. With plans to go to university one day, she aims high and plans to drag her best friend Ternella with her.  But when "rebellious" Ternella has her own plans with a "new" boyfriend, Petrice, a new Christian, tries hard to convince her friend to do the right thing.

Trapped in her own cycle of physical abuse at the hands of her Mother, Petrice tries hard to remain strong for others around her.  But, as a teenager, her private pain becomes too much to handle.

At school, no nonsense Teacher Tanis sets her own curriculum that changes the lives of her students forever. She's a tough teacher with a big heart, and her classroom becomes a beacon of hope for students who come to terms with their troubles, faith and friendships.

From the creator of the hit gospel stage play Private Pain In Public Pews, Dr. Spencer delivers another uplifting story that encourages how our youth can draw from their faith to put the bad experiences behind them

SHOWDATES: Thursday April 9th 6pm, Saturday April 11th, 2pm. 
LOCATION:   The Yorkwoods Theatre, 1785 Finch Ave W, Toronto
Tickets:  $20 Adults, $15 youth 16 & under.