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Written and Directed by Katie Cappiello

(Now That We're Men)

Slut & Now That We're Men

 

In the midst of today's cultural reckoning, Katie Cappiello's plays Now That We're Men and Slut push beyond #MeToo and #TimesUp, and provide young people with the power to be proactive.

They inspire communities to #DoItBetter from the start through art and conversation. These plays offer students, educators, lawmakers  anyone! an unprecedented, uncensored glimpse into what teens nationwide are really facing in their hallways, at house parties and online. They create safe and honest spaces to address sexual aggression head-on and elevate healthy sexuality. 

Performed entirely by teenage and young adult actors. All shows feature a talkback with the cast and creative team.

 

Schedule and Tickets

$55 VIP includes reserved seating, meet and greet with the cast, plus WNYC swag; $35 General Admission; $15 Students (must show ID at check-in)

 

Slut: The Play
Friday, April 27 at 7pm 

 

How will one incident in the back of a taxi impact one young woman's life, and the lives of her friends? Join us for a performance that explores gender norms and today's culture shame, and sheds light on the challenges facing teens as they develop sexuality and self. 


 

Slut: The Play
Saturday, April 28 at 1pm 

 

How will one incident in the back of a taxi impact one young woman's life, and the lives of her friends? Join us for a performance that explores gender norms and today's culture shame, and sheds light on the challenges facing teens as they develop sexuality and self. 


 

Now That We're Men
Saturday, April 28 at 7pm

 

Join us for a performance, born from conversations with teenage boys, that lays bare what's happening in high schools across the country. Their unfiltered stories — of adolescence, power, consent, porn, manning up and getting laid — come straight from the mouths of these guys as they are figuring out what it means to be a man. 


 

Now That We're Men
Sunday, April 29 at 1pm

 

Join us for a performance, born from conversations with teenage boys, that lays bare what's happening in high schools across the country. Their unfiltered stories — of adolescence, power, consent, porn, manning up and getting laid — come straight from the mouths of these guys as they are figuring out what it means to be a man.