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Free production will educate on cyber issues

Free production will educate on cyber issues

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By: Jenn Hatcher
jhatcher@klkntv.com

Beware of the internet, that's a message the Youth Actors Academy will share with a free show this coming weekend.

CyberMare, is an educational theater production.

The play covers everything from app's to instant messaging and cyber bullying to cyber stalking.

All but one of the actors is a teen themselves, but, they say the message is important for everyone.

"We want to bring topics that are relevant to that audience in particular and so this does speak to that audience but it also has some pointers and some tips for parents as well," says Director Tom Crew.

Actor, Abbie Austin adds, "Parents are knowing what to keep their kids away from and kids are learning what to do and not to do when it come to the internet."

This is the first year the academy has done a show like this.

Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2, at their theater south of 56th and Old Cheney.

Tickets can be reserved.

A mental health expert will also lead a discussion after the hour long performance.

More information is available on their website: http://yaal.org

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