Have you ever been put in a socially (un)acceptable situation? Have you ever felt guilty about not having sex with someone? Have you ever been raped? You’re not alone.
socially [un]acceptable is a raw stage performance which details one woman’s personal experience of sexual assault through a series of autobiographical vignettes. Unapologetically honest and confronting, socially [un]acceptable will challenge and inspire you. Inspire you to help change the narrative in today’s society, to help shut down slut shaming and victim blaming. To help give young people the strength and the confidence to be true to themselves. To help start conversations that will change the future of sexual assault.
This “potent first piece by such a young playwright” (Great Scott Media) is unlike any stage performance you have ever experienced. Don’t miss this “important critique performance” (The Adelaidian) by breakout writer and actress Laura Desmond.