Giving Voice Productions has four original plays in its repertoire on the controversial topic of teenage sexuality. Our first play, Power to Pleasing: The Sex Lives of Teenage Girls, and our second play, Pressure to Prove: The Sex Lives of Teenage Boys, both offer intimate glimpses into the real stories and challenges of today’s youth. These plays can be presented to your school or special group.
Booking info and Workshops
Giving Voice Productions is available to present Power to Pleasing: The Sex Lives of Teenage Girls to your school, or special interest group. Power to Pleasing is a 40-minute site-specific show performed in a bathroom with at least four stalls facing sinks and mirrors. Audience members stand facing the mirrors for the performance. The cast is composed of three women. All shows are followed by a talk-back with the artists where issues addressed in the play can be discussed in community.
Pressure to Prove: The Sex Lives of Teenage Boys runs 50 minutes and is performed on stage. The cast is composed of three men. All shows are followed by a talk-back with the artists where issues addressed in the play can be discussed in community. These two plays are companion pieces, and can be presented together with an intermission. However, they can also be booked separately as each play stands alone as a complete piece of theater.
Please call Christa Ray, 303-887-0202, or email us for more details and booking fees.
Company members are available to teach workshops to all age groups on many aspects of theatrical performance including: singing, movement, voicework, acting, composition and playwriting. Individual coaching sessions are also available.
The company is also available for College Residencies. Please see Workshops/Residencies for more information.
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Environmental theatre at it’s finest! Remarkable sound and light use, and amazing use of space. Content full, good acting, and fascinating presentation”
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It was the best thing I saw at the Fringe, and to me it perfectly fit what ‘fringe’ should be about. The location killed me, the presentation and concept was unique and absolutely fitting, and, as a guy who grew up with sisters, it was a wonderful tribute to what is confusing and frustrating about women’s sexuality – and men’s too!”