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Mar 3, 2016: SKIN, co-sponsored by Columbia Pride, Red Fern & Good Dog/Bad Dog to Benefit The Fund for a Safer Columbia

March 3, 2016

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a frank and funny solo collage on sex, danger, Virginia Woolf,
and the transformative power of art

Two things threaten Marais’ dissertation on Virginia Woolf: her hot new girlfriend and her own dark past. Confronted by echoes of sexual trauma in Woolf’s work, Marais races to write her own way into a happier future. She’d give body and soul to claim a love greater than any she’s known before. But after you learn to guard against life, can you open again? Trigger warning: brief descriptions of sexual violence.

Text and songs by Hope Singsen
Arranged by Dillon Kondor & Bob Parins
Andrew Miramonti on guitar
Directed by Jessi D. Hill

A workshop performance
Thursday March 3 @ 7:30 PM
Run time 75 minutes
Talkback & reception to follow

The Theater at the 14th St Y
344 E. 14th Street, by 1st Ave
Sign in at desk, theater on 2nd floor

$15 suggested donation to benefit Fund for a Safer Columbia
(Student suggested donation: $10)

Event Co-Sponsored by:
Columbia Pride
Red Fern Theatre
and Good Dog/Bad Dog Productions

The Fund for a Safer Columbia raises money and provides financial support for initiatives to prevent violence, support survivors, and make meaningful changes in the Columbia University community. We grant funds to students and student groups to support their projects. We accept applications for projects that work on preventing violence, supporting survivors, educating the public, or working towards meaningful policy and cultural changes. Currently, there is substantial interest in developing community-specific consent education programs and bystander intervention training, as well as online educational tools. We consider any project that aims to make Columbia’s campus more supportive of survivors and creates a safer environment for all.

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