Bully is an award-winning solo theatre show written and performed by Lee J. Kaplan and directed by Padraic Lillis. Inspired by entries in Lee’s sixth-grade journal, the show has been seen by more than ten-thousand people in theatres and schools from New York to Florida since it premiered in November 2012.

The show has earned rave reviews from audiences and press, including The New York Times (“It’s unassailable messages sugarcoated with ounces of sweat, pounds of goofy humor and tons of heart”) and The Washington Post (“Bully is devastating and should be required viewing”).

It is the fight of Lee’s life: a story about finding the will and a way to finally stand up to the bullies.