In collaboration with Goat in the Road Productions
A new play developed by Tulane students and New Orleans artists examining love, sex and power of consent on campus.
Inspired by the startling results of the 2018 Tulane University Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct revealing that 41% of female students and 19% of male students reported being sexually assaulted during their time on campus, a team of student performers and New Orleans artists have come together to address sexual violence on the University’s campus, creating a new theatrical work that explores student’s experiences.
Adjunct Professor and GRP ensemble member Darci Fulcher, filmmaker Katie Mathews, Tulane Professor Jenny Mercein, as well as GRP members Shannon Flaherty, Denise Frazier and Chris Kaminstein, collaborated with Tulane students beginning in the 2018-19 school year to create this 90-minute show that follows 11 students through their Sophomore year of college.
The show’s student creator/performers are: 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. Roleplay was also built by Annalise Harknett, Noah Hazzard, Hannah Kent, and James Weiss, with student choreography by Tessa Rebold.
*Roleplay is suitable for ages 18+ unless accompanied by an adult. The show contains explicit language and sexual content.
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 3:00pm
Tulane University, Uptown Campus
Map (Building #69)
Admission: Free event, reservations required