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SHE, a choreoplay (2017)

From 24 member  reviews
Members say: Relevant, Thought-provoking, Intense, Profound, Absorbing

About the show

The Jinah Parker Project presents a new choreoplay exploring sexual violence, the tragedy of Sandra Bland, and the power of healing. More…

Currently, one out of three women in the world are the victims of some form of sexual violence and abuse in their lifetimes. 'SHE' is the story of mothers, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, cousins, friends, and acquaintances we all know. This choreoplay is for all people. It is just as important for men and boys to be a part of the experience and conversation as it is for women and girls.


Member Reviews (24)

MEMBERS SAY:

Relevant, Thought-provoking, Intense, Profound, Absorbing

60
Great dancing, Profound, Indulgent

See it if You need healing for a past sexual trauma/abuse/want to see how others have dealt with it.

Don't see it if You've already healed from traumatic wounds and don't like considering yourself a victim

60
Cliched, Disappointing, Uneven, Awkward, General

See it if you're interested in dance theatre used to explore social issues, you'd like to support art created with positive political/social intent.

Don't see it if you are looking for a narrative, or need strong writing in order to enjoy a theatrical work. Also see note below.

Also This piece and these artists clearly have very positive intentions, an... Read more Read less

59
Relevant, Disappointing, Ambitious

See it if You are a feminist and support women's cause.

Don't see it if You are bigot.

Also It's a great concept, greatly acted and danced. But the writing, direc... Read more Read less


May 15th, 2017
"'She' feels urgent in its aims, if less assured in its execution...The most successful dances show women’s physical freedom transformed into something far more jagged. But abstraction is less helpful in capturing violence through language...The direction, by Phaedra Michelle Scott, often seems u...
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April 18th, 2016
for a previous production “From beginning to end, ‘SHE’ delivered incisive, evocative commentary on the subject of sexual and gender violence…The closing piece gave emotional buoyancy to the evening…‘SHE’ was a truly stunning and powerful artistic statement made up of so many individual contributions. But what truly stand...
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