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TU & You - ROLEPLAY: Student Performance Followed by Food & Peer Discussion

Uptown Campus
Performance in Lupin Theatre and Dine & Discussion in McWilliams Hall Room #104

In February 2018, Tulane University announced that 41% of undergraduate women and 19% of undergraduate men reported being sexually assaulted while attending college; a revelation that made national news and prompted a public outcry from students on campus. Over the course of the 2018/2019 school year, an 11-member ensemble of Tulane students, working in collaboration with acclaimed New Orleans theater company Goat in the Road Productions and Professor Jenny Mercein, worked on a theater piece that confronts toxic cultures on their campus. This Spring, Roleplay returns to campus with a new cast of students. All international students and scholars are invited to participate in a unique event for Tulane students created by Tulane students. Roleplay explores Tulane students' experiences with identity, sex, power, and consent, in order to confront toxic cultures on campus.

International students are invited to attend the 02/02 show at 7:30 PM. Immediately following the show, join a short Dine and Discussion at 9:00 PM with fellow international scholars and the SAPHE Advocates to unpack the play's themes and enjoy a delicious dessert buffet with treats from local New Orleans bakeries! Learn more about the show here. You can also register for the show and discussion here

Office of International Students and ScholarsCampus HealthOffice of International Students and Scholars

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/8774131