An Interview-Based Play About Campus Sexual Assault
Cast: 8W, 7M
Full-length (with intermission)
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Cast: 1GF (gender flexible - drag encouraged)
WHAT I'VE BEEN TELLING YOU (2013, Denis Johnston Playwriting Prize)
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Cast: 3W, 1M
Full-length (no intermission)
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Cast: 2GF (gender-flexible)
What invited audiences are saying about TRIGGER WARNING:
"Even now, just hours after, I'm having trouble fully expressing how much this show means to me. [...] This is masterful storytelling of a dire story. [...] Please know that I am really changed having been at the reading tonight. You have amazed me with how theater can deliver these stories in a striking, true way. Thank you."
- Clara Rotter-Laitman
“It really just raised my level of consciousness. Even though women are more likely to experience sexism and sexual violence, we are just as much a part of our rape culture as men are. This is not to say that I put the responsibility on women to end rape culture and just "rise above", but it just made me wonder if there are any ways in which I—even as a woman and even as a feminist—am unconsciously either promoting or allowing rape culture ideals to continue.”
“There were many, many images that had incredible power—one was the word "respect." It was especially disorienting and jarring when the assailant kept repeating it - I RESPECT you, I really do."
“Angie felt like someone I could have been friends with in college.”
"I was so thankful to be there today. That was a really extraordinary, frightening, overwhelming, inspiring experience. Please keep me in mind for future iterations. I would love to be a part of it.”
- James Patrick Nelson
"The play was asking me how much are we a part of the system that perpetuates this kind of violence and what are the most progressive and viable ways to reform, assess and heal those involved."
“I was leaning forward in my chair the whole time—laughing, crying, and gasping."
- Shayna Strype