September 21, 2016

CSU presents play, ‘One Night,’
to increase campus rape awareness

Equalogy Inc., a theatre group that uses live, interactive theatre to educate audiences, will perform a one-act play on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in the Main Classroom Auditorium from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to raise awareness of acquaintance rape.

“One Night” is an original, audience-interactive play in which four professional actors use humor and drama to cover a variety of issues regarding rape among friends.

The play addresses not only issues such as common misconceptions about rape, but also legal, medical and community options available to rape victims. It explores how drugs and alcohol can be used to increase vulnerability, and other related topics. It also addresses ways for students of both genders to support victims and work to end rape.

Following the play will be an opportunity to meet Cleveland State student leaders who are trying to change the campus culture, according to a press release.

“The plays were developed by individuals with direct experience in the domestic violence and sexual assault fields and are written, directed and performed by professional actors,” according to the Equalogy Inc., website. “Theatre provides an opportunity for students to explore the issues and their feelings as they watch the story unfold.”

Admission requires a Cleveland State ID. Refreshments will be served following the performance.


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