Girls Like That, by Evan Placey
Directed by Shad Willingham
Teenagers and technology collide with perilous consequences as the play confronts sexuality, body image, and cyber-bullying:
“Flash. Click. Buzz. Did you get the picture?”
“Sket, skank, slapper, you deserve everything coming to you.”
What would you do if a naked photograph of you went viral and you couldn’t stop it? That’s what’s happened to teenager Scarlett and soon she becomes the center of everyone’s attention. Rumors run wild and everyone quickly forms an opinion—or two. But Scarlett stays silent. This urgent and explosive play explores the pressures on young people in the wake of advancing technology.
WARNING—NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
General Admission $15
Tickets are available online at TicketsSantaFe.org
or at The Lensic Box office,
or at the Greer Garson Theatre box office before the performance.
Sunday • October 30 • 2 p.m.
Friday • November 4 • 7 p.m.
Saturday • November 5 • 7 pm
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