‘The Party,’ a Short Play About Dating Violence at College, To Be Presented Tuesday at Darien Library

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The Darien Domestic Abuse Council and Respectworks presents a short play exploring issues associated with relationship violence, sexual assault, consent, and bystander intervention.

an announcement from Darien Library

This unique, educational, interactive performance will take place from 7 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 4 in the Community Room at Darien Library.

The content is considered suitable for those of High School age and older.

About the Play

Presented by Deana’s Educational Theater (who also brought us “The Yellow Dress”), “The Party” explores the relationship between three characters, Jordan, Kyle and Allie, who are in college and enjoying campus life: Parties, games, and “hooking up” become a regular part of college life until one night something goes horribly wrong.

Purple Ribbon Darien Domestic Abuse Council Domestic ViolenceAudiences watch as the characters who once were friends become caught up in a scenario where hooking up becomes sexual assault.

Using an imaginary remote control device Jordan stops, rewinds, and replays various scenarios while the actors incorporate the audience’s observations and suggestions into the action of the play.


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