Survivors Speak: The Voices Influencing the Justice System
November 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Hear their stories. In Michael Yates Crowley’s …Sabine Women, the central character—Grace B. Matthias—is raped. Who would she have become had Crowley written a third act of the play? In this conversation, listen to the empowering stories of survivors of domestic violence and how their truth shapes our culture today.
- Nanette Chezum, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Advocate & Educator and Founder of The Courage Corner
- Tracy Malone, Domestic Abuse Survivor
- Tracey Tatro Swindle, Sexual Assault Nurse
- Steve San Luis, Outreach Coordinator, Local Theater Company
As part of Local Theater Company’s commitment to engaging theatergoers—and new-to-theater audiences—in productions and conversations that spark camaraderie, learning, and contemplation, Hard Talks has been developed by Artistic Director Pesha Rudnick and Outreach Coordinator Steve San Luis to talk, openly and safely, about issues of rape culture and sexual assault in our community. The talks are being presented simultaneously with our fall production of The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Grace B. Matthias.
All of the events are offered free of charge thanks to support from the Boulder Arts Commission. RSVPs are strongly encouraged.