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Through the SELF

Cultural prevention program 

against bullying and violence

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The messages are transmitted through musical performances,  both acting & singing.


The explanations are interspersed with musical interludes consisting of songs addressing each theme, allowing the audience to feel the emotion linked to the message.


The goal is to empower youth and give hope to victims, inspiring them to escape their victim status.


For different shows for young people, adapted to each age.


The message is non-dogmatic, non-religious and non-political.

4 shows - adapted messages

3 to 6 years old


6 to 10 years old

Elementary School

Primary school

10 to 15 years

Intermediate School

Adults from 15 years old

Secondary school



- Public representations for families

- For schools

- For private or public institutions

- For communes, municipalities

We can develop this program for any country and

adapt the texts and song lyrics to your language, your culture and your requirements.

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A dialogue between a victim
and her consciousness

The shows are dialogues between a victim and her consciousness, in which she realizes little by little that her way of living is unacceptable and that there are ways to live differently. It also makes her aware of her own wounds & fragility and of the fact that everything starts from oneself: Our behavior defines the shape of our relationship with others.

The heroine of the show, whom the young people can identify with, discovers that she can change her position in the world, starting by talking about what she is experiencing and seeking help - because her silence protects the abusers.


The length of the performances varies between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on the age of the audience. 


The duration of the performances varies between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on the age of the audience. 

Our approach

It is important to talk about violence & harassment openly, so that children and adults who experience it can recognize it and determine what is acceptable and what is not.

They are heavy subjects for those who are victims, and taboo subjects for those who inflict it on others and who often are in denial of their own destructive functioning and its impact, or do not realize it.

For these reasons, and in order to arouse the interest of everyone, we have chosen to convey our message through musical performances: a play, interspersed with songs illustrating the themes addressed, adapted to each age.

We have chosen to address the subject of violence through its counterparts:  empathy & compassion, respect, self-love and self-esteem.

And teach our audience how to understand and deal with the anger, fear and unhappiness that leads to violence and bad behaviors.

We view this approach as a pleasant and entertaining way to talk about an important subject at the heart of our society and about which we are all concerned. 

- what is self-respect and respect for others?      

- how can I learn to protect and defend myself?

- what is acceptable, what is not acceptable?     

- how can I recover and rebuild myself if I have been a victim, in order never to be a victim again?

- what can I do if I am a victim of violence?

Inspiring songs


The album "Par le MOI" takes you through the story of a woman who rebuilds herself after falling madly in love with the man who will become her abuser.

It describes in 14 songs the romance from the romantic beginnings to the separation, through the hold, and most of all the inspiring path of resilience that she takes to rebuild herself, guided by the voice of her conscience.


A path through understanding who she is and questioning her beliefs and conditioning,

Until the saving rebirth...

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