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A new play about love, sex, power, and consent developed by Tulane students and members of Goat in the Road Productions. 

September 5 - 15
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 3 pm
Tickets are free but please reserve at www.goatintheroadproductions.org

The show features a stand-out group of student creator/performers including Aaron Avidon, Carl Briggs Jr., Ross Brill, Alexandra Elam, Hannah Gordon, Grace Graughnard, Robert Holmes- Acourt, Miranda Kramer, Nagelle LeBoyd, Hailey Mozzachio, and Lucy Sartor, and was also built by Annalise Harknett, Noah Hazzard, Hannah Kent, and James Weiss. The student group worked together for over a year, excavating their own experiences with sexual violence, racism, homophobia, addiction and mental health issues in order to generate material for an original theater piece aimed at spurring dialogue, healing, and culture change.

The professional theatre team is as follows: Tulane Assistant Professor and Head of Undergraduate Acting Jenny Mercein and Goat in the Road members Shannon Flaherty (GRP co-Artistic Director), Dr. Denise Frazier (Assistant Director of the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University), Darci Fulcher (Adjunct Professor at Tulane), and Chris Kaminstein (GRP co-Artistic Director). The design team includes Ellen Bull (costume), Owen Ever (properties), Kevin Griffith (set), Dylan Hunter (sound), Joan Long (lights), and Kit Sternberger (stage manager).

Department of Theatre and Dance

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/4876948