Called “a powerful and moving testimonial to the impact of childhood sexual abuse throughout a lifetime” by Clinician Megan L. Doyle of SOAR (Survivors of Abuse in Recovery), the show recounts the abuse I suffered as a child and tells the story of my path to healing.
Dr. Elizabeth Dale Blair said “As a psychologist who treats survivors of childhood sexual abuse, I would highly recommend this show to anyone who struggles with the emotional aftermath of these traumas.”
The show’s unusual format, featuring talkback breaks at several points throughout the narrative, offers a unique opportunity for a frank discussion on the issues surrounding childhood sexual abuse. Part monologue, part audience participation, and part improvisation, each performance of Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor is a singular event. There are no two alike.
Thank you to White Pines Founding Producer Ben Lloyd for making this possible. White Pines is dedicated to transforming people’s lives through performance creativity. They do this by nurturing the citizen artist, who is committed to using his/her creative gifts in service to communities. For more info about productions and classes visit www.whitepinesproductions.org.
White Pines Productions presents
ASK A SEX ABUSE SURVIVOR
an interactive one-man show
about childhood sexual abuse
SOME MATERIAL IN THIS SHOW MAY NOT BE APPROPRIATE FOR ALL AUDIENCES.
@The White Pines Place
7908 High School Road
Elkins Park, PA 19027
The White Pines Place is located right next to the Elkins Park SEPTA Regional Rail Station at the corner of High School Road and Montgomery Ave, across from the Creekside Co-op. Click here for directions
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