In Residence at IRT.
September 10th-14th at 7:30pm | September 14th & 15th at 2pm
You Sound Like a Girl is a performance and voice workshop that investigates the social norms surrounding cis women’s and trans women’s voices in order to empower every girl and woman to embrace their voice.
Starting in infanthood, cis women’s and trans women’s voices are constantly criticized, conditioned, and policed: Shrill, harsh, too low, too high, boyish, girly, too loud, too quiet, etc. No wonder so many of us are silenced, since every time we open our mouths we are subject to scrutiny.
And what does it even mean to “sound like a girl”?
The You Sound Like a Girl performance and educational program empowers audience members to interrogate this question and reclaim the answer.
Directed and created by Colleen E. Hughes
Vocal consultation by Joy Lanceta Coronel
Written and performed by Martina Fernandes, Sara Jane Munford, Alessandra Ruiz, and Alexandria Smalls
Featuring stories and audio by Henna Boucher, Alice Herb, Lee Hunkins, Jean Leung, and Rev. Yolanda
Projections design by Dylan Amick
Lighting design by Kenzie Carpenter
Scenic design by Sarah Finkle
Videography by Courtney D. Garvin
Dramaturgy by Rachel Levens
Produced by Emily Rose Prats
Make a Donation
Want to be a part of an empowering educational program like ours? Consider donating to support You Sound Like a Girl!
You Sound Like a Girl is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of You Sound Like a Girl must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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