Twenty years in the future, sexual violence has been eradicated. Until one woman comes forward about her rape. This solo show provides a look at how we all perpetuate rape culture. More…
Over the span of an hour and through her portrayal of 8 characters, Qurrat Ann Kadwani evaluates the flaws in a society where rape is supposedly eradicated, helping to raise awareness about sexual violence and combat systemic oppression.
See it if you'll bring your thinking-caps. Much to absorb, if you're actually interested in what you've invested in by purchasing a tkt to this show.
Don't see it if you can handle a one-woman show about rape (8 characters in a bit over an hr). More seminar than play, w/tons of statistics thrown @ you.
See it if A close look at rape a subject so current. Thoughtful and well done characters.
Don't see it if Not for anyone seeking fluff. Emotionally stirring.
See it if Bravo Qurrat Ann Kadwani for this powerful production about the global problem of sexual violence! Well done!
Don't see it if The theater could really use better air conditioning but that was a small price to pay!
See it if you like one-person shows on significant social issues. Acting is solid, but script is uneven. Premise isn't compelling; it should/could be.
Don't see it if you want fully engaging theater. You'll learn facts (Wiki on rape teaches more), but you won't feel much. No victim/ perp speaks. Slow parts
See it if you are interested in artistic production that is informed by the #MeToo moment.
Don't see it if you do not like solo shows, or you do, but you like them to find a dramatic arc.
See it if you enjoy one person shows where numerous characters are played without interaction with each other - the actress/writer is a dynamo.
Don't see it if you hate being talked at by 8 different characters in a futuristic time/circumstance that doesn't quite hold up. Lots of data shared.
Also Stage lighting was blinding in the first row.
See it if you enjoy excellent acing, but an overdone subject; might be upsetting to rape victims; interesting and differing points of view
Don't see it if you are bored with the subject matter and don't like one handers, even well acted ones.
See it if you’re interested in a wholehearted, unequivocal expression of solidarity w/ rape victims and others affected by gender based violence
Don't see it if you’re more interested in a show’s artistic function than its social function; you want a voyeuristic recount of assault w/ lots of crying
See it if you want to see a sincere "polemic" on how society, men and women, profit from rape.
Don't see it if you expect a real play dealing with the very interesting topic about how a society deals with reality intruding on its principles.
See it if You want to be "schooled" in a good way about rape culture and the #me too movement of women fighting back against sexual harassment.
Don't see it if You have no patience for a timely and important one woman show that's more of an instruction course than a play but there's drama in it too.
See it if you are so compelled by the admittedly important subject that you are willing to sit through a lecture Well meaning but not engaging
Don't see it if you go to theater to be drawn into the characters and their world. There is none of that here. It starts out promising but becomes doctrine
See it if You appreciate great acting on serious topic (rape). This is a perfect example that one-woman-show can be great without being sexual at all.
Don't see it if You are really anti-feminism. Give it a chance, there are so much happening in an hour...
See it if You want to hear about rape and rape culture discussed in an intellectual manner from a variety of unique perspectives.
Don't see it if If you expect an emotional impact that inspires you to act.
See it if you like plays where one actor portrays different characters, each presenting his or her perspective on a shocking event.
Don't see it if if plays about rape and society's reaction to it do not appeal to you.
See it if you like solid acting and want to learn about the politics, history, and sociology of rape and sexual abuse.
Don't see it if you want to be engaged throughout. Some of the characters were interesting, but too many simply lectured.
See it if You like shows like Anna Deveare Smith's, in which one actor plays many different roles in realistic situations.
Don't see it if You only like linear plays with a clear plot and with many actors.