TV Show Spotlights PSU’s TIGER Theatre Company

PSU Professor of Education and Integrated Arts Trish Lindberg (at right) works with school children while filming a scene for "TIGER Takes on Bullying" at Plymouth (NH) Elementary School. Photo courtesy of New Hampshire Public Television

Plymouth State University’s professional theatre company, TIGER, is featured in a new television show to air on New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV).

“TIGER Takes on Bullying,” is a made-for-television adaptation of the troupe’s live performances that address bullying and other social issues facing school-aged children. The show–featuring Plymouth State alumni Brandee Peglow ’11, Colleen Eliason ’05 and Chris Gonzalez ’99–is set to air on NHPTV throughout the fall.

Find specific show times at plymouth.edu/outreach/tiger/tiger-tv.

While NHPTV is helping to introduce TIGER (Theater Integrating Guidance, Education, and Responsibility) to a new audience, TIGER is already well-known to children and teachers throughout New England for its energetic live programs, which it has been performing for the last decade.

TIGER is a collaboration between Plymouth State’s Integrated Arts, School Counseling, and School Psychology graduate programs.