"Un-Quieted Voices" tells the stories of several young people who have had experiences with sexual assault, harassment or an unhealthy relationship. The play concludes with several healthy relationship monologues to juxtapose the differences between a healthy and unhealthy situation. The play serves as a platform to raise awareness about survivors who have felt that their voices were ignored or overlooked. We are in the midst of a seismic shift in consciousness around sexual harassment and assault. With the rise of the #MeToo movement, people are finally stepping forward and openly sharing their truths. Un-Quieted Voices is a social step to educate communities about the issues of sexual assault, harassment, and bullying, and emphasizes an immediate need for safe sex and consent education in our world today. However, there is hope, because we are stepping into a time when “survivors are no longer silenced, their voices no longer quiet”” - Izzy Kaplan, Class of 2020
NOTE: This play was performed for Middle and Upper School Students as part of a commitment to peer-inspired education and mental health support.