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 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 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 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 want to see a one woman show about the history, politics, thoughts, feelings and perspectives on rape. Want a lecture on history of rape
Don't see it if You don’t like one person shows, not interested in the topic of rape, don’t like lectures