“MEET YOUR NEW HEROES” – Marie Claire Magazine
Featured on the mentorship panel of Glamour Magazine’s
Top Ten College Women Competition
KEYNOTE SPEAKER at the Minnesota Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (MnATSA)
POST TRAUMATIC SUPER DELIGHTFUL
Finding laughter + healing after sexual assault
★★★★★ – On Stage Ottawa
★★★★★ – Vue Weekly
Named a Theatre is Easy “Best Bet”
“Riveting” – Autostraddle.COM
The lives of survivors, perpetrators, and bystanders weave together in a wickedly funny and piercingly insightful one-woman show about a community trying to heal after a sexual assault. Post Traumatic Super Delightful (PTSD) is a groundbreaking theatrical program about the sexual assault crisis on college campuses. The program combines a night of live theatre with a series of workshops about sexual violence prevention and Title IX, engaging a wider campus audience than traditional sexual violence prevention programs. The PTSD program doesn’t just start a conversation about sexual violence; it provides the knowledge and structure to continue that conversation long after PTSD has left campus. Post Traumatic Super Delightful is more than a piece of theatre; it’s an educational tool about the successes, challenges, and complexities of sexual assault prevention, including Title IX legislation.
Post Traumatic Super Delightful is written and performed Antonia Lassar and developed with the help of AC Dumlao (Director), Kati Frazier (Dramaturg), and Sam Garcia (Scenic and Costume Design). The play began its development with All For One Theater‘s SoloLab and Works In Progress Series and made its world premiere at The Kraine Theater in New York City in the 9th Annual FRIGID New York Festival. PTSD has been on a national tour of colleges, including Middlebury College, Goshen College, and Rice University. PTSD has subsequently been featured in Marie Claire Magazine, worked with Glamour Magazine’s Top Ten College Women Program, and been the keynote speaker at the Minnesota Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers conference.
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