Playwrights Realm presents this world premiere, a complex collision of satire and dark comedy exploring rape culture in America. More…
When high school student Grace B. Matthias is raped, her world spirals into chaos. Between navigating emotionally unstable guidance counselors, overbearing lawyers, an angry championship football team, and useless Wikipedia answers, Grace tries to make sense of her world anew. Due to mature content, this show is best for ages 16 and up.
See it if you're interested in an earnest, ultimately unsuccessful, attempt to explore rape culture through a comedic lens, + some good performances.
Don't see it if this subject matter, handled in a well-meaning but misguided way, will be offensive to you.
See it if Don't. A messy, deeply misguided attempt at skewering rape culture that misses almost all marks
Don't see it if I honestly wouldn't see it. After seeing it, I was shocked it was produced at all.
See it if you want to see an ambitious experiment fail. A satire of rape culture doesn't work, but the acting and staging are strong.
Don't see it if you're offended by wrong-minded portrayals of rape victims. How can you laugh at society's cruelty? You can't parody crazy reality.
See it if I can't recommend this play; I admire what it was trying to accomplish, but it was painful to sit through. Both overwrought& void of feeling
Don't see it if Skip this if you are looking for a coherent, smart play about sexual assault. This play is not that.
See it if you hate women - you want to laugh about rape, you want to laugh about women being raped, especially a 15 year old who is written cluelessly
Don't see it if you are not ready to laugh at rape or you think characters should have dignity, not be written condescendingly as if women have no brains
See it if You love cliché, strereotypes, all lost in a writting that try to send a message and be funny.. without succeeded in it
Don't see it if You hate actors playing teenagers by making them speak like if they were 6 years old