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SENSITIVE GUYS by MJ Kaufman    30 April - 11 May   Produced by Cross Pollinate Productions in association with JackRabbit Theatre   Director:  Blazey Best   Costume Designer:  Siobhan O’Hanlon   Lighting Designer:  Sophie Pekbilimi   Sound Designer:  Clare Hennessy    Assistant Director:  Emma Caldwell    Stage Manager:  Christopher Starnawski    CAST:    Nancy Dennis, Natasha Cheng, Alex Malone, Shell McKenzie, Samm Ward     In the safe space of a small liberal arts college, the student-led Men’s Peer Education Group works on unlearning their male privilege and unpacking questions like “What’s like the trick? To being a good guy?”. In the same meeting room, The Women’s Survivor Support Group, works on their plan to totally eradicate all sexual violence within five years. But when an incident occurs between one of the members from each group, it threatens to unravel their fundamental purpose and shake the university to its foundation. MJ Kaufman’s biting social satire casts female identifying actors as both male and female students trying to understand what it really means, and costs, to stand up and be heard.

SENSITIVE GUYS by MJ Kaufman

30 April - 11 May

Produced by Cross Pollinate Productions in association with JackRabbit Theatre

Director: Blazey Best

Costume Designer: Siobhan O’Hanlon

Lighting Designer: Sophie Pekbilimi

Sound Designer: Clare Hennessy 

Assistant Director: Emma Caldwell 

Stage Manager: Christopher Starnawski 

CAST: 

Nancy Dennis, Natasha Cheng, Alex Malone, Shell McKenzie, Samm Ward 

In the safe space of a small liberal arts college, the student-led Men’s Peer Education Group works on unlearning their male privilege and unpacking questions like “What’s like the trick? To being a good guy?”. In the same meeting room, The Women’s Survivor Support Group, works on their plan to totally eradicate all sexual violence within five years. But when an incident occurs between one of the members from each group, it threatens to unravel their fundamental purpose and shake the university to its foundation. MJ Kaufman’s biting social satire casts female identifying actors as both male and female students trying to understand what it really means, and costs, to stand up and be heard.