Girl Be Heard presents
A Encore Performances of BLURRED LINES
Blurred Lines draws attention to how we navigate and survive in a world where 1 in 5 college women are sexually assaulted, and challenges audiences to reflect on the roles we all play in a culture that promotes silence and blurs the lines of consent. Girl Be Heard is excited to bring their 2017 MainStage show Blurred Lines to the EstroGenius Festival. This show is reflection on and deconstruction of rape culture. Devised by eight performers over three months Blurred Lines originally premiered at HERE in February 2017.
SUNDAY May 21, 12:30-4pm Girl Be Heard will be running a workshop to devise new pieces to be worked into the show and evening performance. This exploration will not only be through watching but also playing.
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Fairy godmother tickets $40 (includes a donation to Girl Be Heard)
Standard admission $20
Student/Senior admission $10
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Written and Performed By Girl Be Heard Company Members:
Dinae Anderson-Ruano, Maria Diez, Jordan Fleming, Allison Flom, Jaida Foreman, Me’ Khai Lewis, Veronica Lowry, Katie Looney, Ashleigh Chrisena Ricci, Megan Sideropoulos, Madeline Shaffer, Nina Tandilashvili, and Annalise Wedemeyer
Director Ashley Marinaccio
Producer Jessica Greer Morris
Associate Producer Pat Addiss Productions
Choreographer Ian Stewart
Additional Choreography by Madeline Shaffer, Megan Sideropoulous, and Ashleigh Crisena Ricci
Assistant Director Tiff Roma
Dramaturge Jen Thatcher
Stage Manager Cristin Gordon
Costume Design Stacey Lunin
Media and Projection Design Quentin Madia
Art Design Ileany Fields
Girl Be Heard is a performance group that started with EstroGenius in 2008 and has grown to be a global phenomenon with performances for TEDx, The United Nations, at The White House, tours across the United States and internationally.