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2019-20 Artist Performance Residency
SKIN by Hope Singsen
Friday, November 15, 2019 at 8:00PM
TBG Studio Theater
312 W. 36th Street
Join us for an immersive event
About reclaiming sex, love & wholeness after sexual violence
By #HealMeToo Festival Founder Hope Singsen
Directed by Jessi D. Hill
Music by Hope Singsen, Bob Parins, Dillon Kondor & Micah Burgess
See the queer love story that Tony Award-winner Tonya Pinkins calls an "Amazing show. Fabulous evening."
In this frank and funny solo play with music, two things threaten a grad student’s dissertation on Virginia Woolf: her hot new girlfriend and the echoes of her own dark past.
SKIN explores the creativity and courage it takes to heal. The grad student races to write herself into a happier future as both work and sex get inventive. She strives to live and love more bravely than ever before. But after you learn to guard against life, can you open up again?
Content includes brief descriptions of sexual violence and a few loud noises.
Each show will be followed by an interactive #HealMeToo conversation with experts -- learn tools to cultivate resilience and ways to advocate for survivors.
Don't miss this one-of-a-kind immersive experience that will give you skills to use in your life and community to support healing -- starting with the frank & funny solo play with music that award-winning director Elizabeth Van Dyke calls "Stunning. One of the best solo shows I have ever seen."