Out of the Mouths of Boys
by Nicole Morgan
February 6th @ 7:30 PM
Out of the Mouths of Boys is written as a conversation piece designed to engage audiences on the topic of where male sexual abuse survivors fit into the #metoo movement. This dual-language (ASL and English) production tackles topics such as: incest, the double isolationism experience of Deaf inmates, toxic masculinity and more. While honoring the work of Tarana Burke, with this very raw and provocative piece we hope to follow in her footsteps by giving (male) victims a voice and creating camaraderie for all.
About the Playwright
Nicole is a NY native who currently lives in Washington, DC. She is a socially conscious playwright and filmmaker who enjoys engaging audiences with bilingual (ASL and English) productions that tackle social issues and give voice to the “underdogs” amongst us. A sexual trauma survivor herself, her latest piece “Out of the Mouths of Boys” is a raw and provocative commentary about where male victims of sexual trauma fit in our current #metoo supporting society.