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Bored Teachers is the biggest place for teachers to have fun worldwide. It brings together the funniest teacher comedians from all over the world on one stage. Teachers, it's time to lay down the red pen, end your Netflix binge, don your most comfortable teaching shirt, gather your closest teaching friends, and come sweat out some of the tension this year has brought!
About the Comedy Tour
At State College of Florida Bradenton, a full auditorium was filled with teachers from all grade levels for a unique comedy show put on by teachers. And the sign at the ticket counter said everything.
Teachers, as performers, reminded their students that sometimes the best professional growth could be found in shared hilarity, even if it's underpaid and takes place outside of school hours.
Bored Teachers, a website where both current and retired educators may contribute movies, memes, and other content about the joys and challenges of the profession, premiered the show on March 12. The group's first comedy tour stops all over Florida during spring break and then goes to the Northeast.
As teacher stress levels reach all-time highs, the tour gives teachers a chance to get together and laugh so hard they cry. James Tarantino, a former teacher and one of the founders of Bored Teachers, posits that teachers join the group when they realize they are not alone in their professional struggles, especially after the last two or more years of widespread teacher burnout.
Because teachers from all over the country asked for it online, plans have already been made for a cross-country tour this summer.
At the March 14 show, current and former teachers joined Smith on stage to tell jokes about cringe-worthy parent-teacher conferences, chaotic middle school students, stressful classroom observations by administrators, teacher shortages, and more.
Between jokes (and dance-offs with the audience), the comedians talked about stressors that every new school year brings, like changing rules that have made things harder in the last few years. But quickly, the focus would shift back to loud laughter.
Devin Siebold, a performer and former teacher from Florida, played to the crowd by bringing up a state law that lets some teachers and school staff carry guns. Middle school educator Audrey Benitez had the opportunity to have a good time and joke with her students over their spring vacation. She hopes that more teachers all over the country will be able to take part.