SLUT: The Play

 
SLUT The Play in DC

READ: Katie's Reflections on SLUT in DC.

“Please remember this, DC isn’t the end– it’s just the end of the beginning of this project and movement,” Beau Willimon said to me during one of our many pep-talk brainstorming calls as we planned for SLUT: The Play to debut in Washington, DC at the historic Warner Theatre. This would be the biggest venue to date (1900 seats) and the highest profile event in my 8 years of creating and producing youth-driven, cutting-edge feminist theater.

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“SLUT: The Play creates space for young people, their families, and audiences to communally work through a complicated and painful issue.”
— Newsweek
“A group of high schoolers are making waves with an original production called SLUT...leading the charge to stop slut-shaming for good.”
— Teen Vogue
“Powerhouse script! An insightful look at the sensitive issues of rape and the double standard that celebrates sexual activity by boys but denigrates it for girls.”
— Time Out New York
“SLUT is truthful, raw and immediate!
Experience this play and witness what American young women live with everyday.”
— Gloria Steinem