Sally's Rape

sally's rape

Jeannie Hutchins and Robbie McCauley in Sally's Rape. Photo: Joyce George.


Sally's Rape was a performance piece that explored themes of victimization and survival. The work revolved around the act and aftermath of interracial rape, which called the audience to engage in dialogue about race, fear, guilt, trust, and comfort.



Supplemental Information

Village Voice review - Carr [PDF]
Village Voice Review - Solomon [PDF]
Press Release [PDF]
Poster [PDF]

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