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The Arts Effect is an award-winning youth activist program dedicated to producing works that explore the challenges facing young people. Slut: The Play follows the journey of year-old Joey Del Marco, who is sexually assaulted by three friends during a night out. Following a recent performance in Washington, D.

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And this is sadly only a small sampling of the countless other stories of sexual violence survivors that have—and have not—made headlines in recent months. SLUT tells the story of year old Joey Del Marco, a high school junior who is sexually assaulted during a night out with three friends.

The way the girls of SLUT communicate with one another is at once strikingly true to life and wildly disconcerting.

They then unwittingly turn the word back on Joey as the lowest form invective possible in the days and weeks that follow her assault. What is most striking about the play and its potential to promote positive change, though, is how it so perfectly captures the folly and colloquy of the modern teenager living in a media-saturated millennium culture. The music that fills the scene changes is also a strange, yet seemingly accurate, mixture of Drake, M.

In our experience, theater provides the most effective platform for shared catharsis, the breaking of silence, and the cultivation of empathy.

No future engagements are currently planned, but when asked how she hopes the play will continue to inspire beyond its present production, Ms. Cappiello said the following:. When high school and college students SLUT stage productions on their own at their schools, and really custom tailor the piece to best serve the needs of their campus, they are taking a stand and providing their peers with a much needed platform for catharsis, empathy, healing, and change.

Hashtags are great—online petitions matter—but in my opinion, theater and the arts in general have the most power to transform culture. I hope SLUT plays a part in the transformation of rape culture into a culture of care—Communication, ability, Respect and Empathy—for as long as possible.

For more information, visit StopSlut. Born and raised in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Alex Strycula is a New York City-based digital marketer for Broadway and live entertainment clients. March 3, September 19, Victoria Myers Views.