My 9 YO DD was a a Girl Scout day camp last week. On the last day a skit was performed for a large group of girls from ages 7 to 14 that has my upset. Would this have upset you enough to call and raise a concern with the camp executive director?
Basic summary: A succession of girls is placed in front of a firing squad. The first yells "Earthquake" and runs away in the result confusion. Repeat with several more disaster based distractions. Final girl yells "fire" and is promptly shot.
To me this is horridly inappropriate. While this was done on the last day of camp, I know that skits tend to be performed again and again as they are shared from group to group. So I would like to make sure this isn't done again and if the leader who thought this was OK is leading again this week that she knows to discourage this next time it comes up. If it matters, the individual group leaders are volunteers (mostly moms) and can change from week to week. Lots of other skits were performed that were maybe a little off color but nothing nearly so violent. And there is a considerable emphasis on "girl lead" activities, especially for the older girls. But still, shouldn't someone have said "Hey girls, lets do something else."?