Plays are ideal for use in schools and at educational events. Guerrilla or street theatre may be used to attract media and consumer attention.
- Students at St. Sylvester Catholic School in Scarborough, Ontario wrote and staged a successful play called "Sweatshop Extravaganza." Parts of the play were broadcast on the local CBC morning show in Toronto.
- A student at Cardinal Newman High School in Scarborough, Ontario developed a play about Nike called "Swoosh."
- Students at the University of Toronto set up a "mock sweatshop" -- complete with fences, sewing machines and guards -- in a prominent student lobby.
- Protestors at a local mall performed a "race to the bottom auction" in which leaders bid for a company to move production to their country by promising to lower wages, environmental standards, and taxes.
- Teachers can ask their students to write and perform plays about labour rights in class or for school assemblies.