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Consent

Written and Directed by Mieko Ouchi

Dramaturged by Caroline Howarth

Touring to Junior/Senior Highs:
February 12- April 14, 2018

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On 2013's I Am for You:
"The quality of acting was exceptional! The booking process seamless! Thank you for a wonderful experience!
Mary Flanagan
Diverse Learning, St martin de Porres High School, Airdrie

On 2012's Smokescreen:
“Our youth LOVE it and the staff did as well! The play was so well done - excellent acting and background research. They really captured the essence of a parent in distress, a youth in search of self, and a youth worker doing her best to help get to the bottom of the issues."
Rebecca McCaffrey
Program Coordinator, Old Strathcona Youth Society


As we know from so many stories and headlines in the news… sex isn’t just about anatomy, but about individual rights, gender equality, personal conduct and respect.

After a confusing sexual encounter, a young couple must grapple with the emotional aftermath. Was there consent? The passionate discussion that follows opens up an exploration of sexual consent and what it means for both parties involved. An important and relevant new play from award winning playwright Mieko Ouchi (I Am For You) created to help students understand the legal definition of consent, identify whether or not a person has been the victim of a sexual assault or has purposefully or unwittingly victimized someone else, and prepare themselves to be responsible, caring and respectful partners.

Appropriate for age 13 and older

Touring Junior and Senior High Schools
February 12- April 14, 2018
Base Price: $250 with no touring fees charged for out of town (thanks to Status of Women)

To book a show contact Concrete Theatre at 780-439-3905 or bookings@concretetheatre.ca

55 minutes with a 5-10 minute Q & A

Curriculum Ties: Sexual Health, Sexual Consent, Relationships, Boundary Setting, Decision-making, Communication. Grades 7-9: Identify the effects of social influences on sexuality and gender roles & equity; Examine the influences on personal decision making for responsible sexual behavior; Identify/describe the responsibilities & consequences associated with involvement in a sexual relationship: Evaluate implications and consequences of sexual assault on a victim; Grades 10-12: Identify expectations & commitments in various relationships; Explain the role of trust & ways to establish trust in a relationship; Examine aspects of healthy sexuality & responsible sexual behavior; Explain the ongoing responsibility for being sexually healthy; Analyze strategies for choosing responsible & respectful sexual expression.

Study Guide Available

Developed with the support of The Edmonton Community Foundation Vital Signs Program the Wuchien Michael Than Foundation and Alberta Status of Women

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And with Community Partners: Compass Centre for Sexual Wellness and the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton

2018 Production Information:
Directed by Mieko Ouchi
Featuring: Richard Lee Hsi
Stage Managed by Troy O'Donnell

 

 

 

 

 

 
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