Kind Women presents
Jane Doe from Zanetti Productions.
Written and directed by Eleanor Bishop, featuring Karin McCracken. Presented at the Southland Arts Festival.
Jane Doe goes to a party. She gets drunk. She blacks out. She is raped.
Using the power of theatre and storytelling, Jane Doe reflects on rape culture in our communities.
A carefully crafted discussion on consent, feminism and sexual empowerment, the show weaves frank documentary footage of young people from across America, The UK and New Zealand with a reading of a rape trial transcript.
You can join in if you want as a reader or feed in live responses via text, as the production unravels. In any case, you will find this a most engaging show that has been highly acclaimed.
“Vital, important, attention-grabbing and consistently poignant” 5 Stars, Broadway Baby, UK
R16. The show discusses and describes sexual violence.
Double bill shows: See Jane Doe and My Best Dead Friend on the same night for $48