Slut

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Until Sun Sep 29 2013

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Slut

Slut Photographer: Jeremy Bloom

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Suki

This is such a moving and insightful play. It makes you remember how it was to be a teenager, but also how different it is for teenage girls today. It is a must see play for any parent and adolescent. I can't wait to bring a guest and see it again!

Nancy Ting

Tangible insight into the world of adolescent girls that brings to light and illicits re-evaluation of our own perspectives and pre-formed judgements on girls and women.

SMS

As a teacher of teenage girls, watching these young women articulate and express so much of what goes unvoiced by today's adolescents was a sigh of relief, reality check, and inspiration to continue this dialogue. Bravo to the directors for creating this kind of space and for making the point so authentically and engaging. Everyone should see this show!

JT

A thought-provoking, timely piece of theatre. Easily one of the best shows from this year's Fringe Festival.

Aaron

Check out this play. One of the best performances that I've seen at the Fringe Festival in the past three years. As a father of two young daughters, it was an eye-opening experience into the world of the teenage experience. It's a must see.

PC

This is a fantastic piece of theater that dives right into an important and certainly very current issue with a fearless intensity. As a woman watching this brought back memories of all the chances you take with yourself and your sexuality. It's hard not to relate. A must see!

KL

This play is different than anything you will ever see on stage. These young actors will have you holding your breath and raving about their performance on this courageous topic. This issue isn't just a teenage girl and boy issue, it's a societal issue. I applaud these brave girls for putting themselves out there and demonstrating this emotionally raw material. It's hard enough to see it on TV and read about it in papers. What you are doing is helping people step out of their comfort zones and address the problem. Bravo! And yes, it's about rape. But, it's about so much more than rape. It is a must-see for teens, parents, teachers and anyone who has ever questioned the effects of social media on young people today. It's the height of thought-provoking theatre.

Corey

I have never seen the issues of rape and victim-blaming addressed so well - reporters, bloggers and authors have nothing on this play. In addition to addressing these hard issues, the play is also entertaining. Do not miss it!