NOT SOMEONE LIKE ME

Dramaturgy Hub

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SUNY Explorations in Diversity and Inclusion Grant

A staged reading of monologues drawn from the experiences of physically, mentally and sexually abused victims, their journey and resilience in the face of adversity.

The performance is based on testimony and the playwright's interviews with assault survivors. Monologues are performed by members of Oswego State's faculty, students and local actors.

ARCHIVAL MATERIAL FOR PAST PRODUCTION

THIS PLAY WAS PERFORMED ON APRIL 30, 2018, 7.00pm

The performance was accompanied by a pre-show information tabling and a post-show talkback with the playwright (Susan Rice), director (Mya Brown), and some of the women whose stories inspired this important event (Nancy Venable Raine, Sharisse Tracey, and Tracey Stein).

Featuring: A Special performance by Vocal Effect, SUNY Oswego's SHOW CHOIR.

This is a now-archival Dramaturgy Hub and Repository for research into Susan Rice's 'NOT SOMEONE LIKE ME', A STAGED READING at SUNY Oswego, directed by Mya Brown, 30 April 2018.

For context or queries, please contact Dr. Toby Malone, supervising faculty dramaturg.