Wallflowers- Undergraduate Performance | Communication Studies
March 10, 2016

Wallflowers- Undergraduate Performance

Join us for the show "Wallflowers," compiled, written and directed by undergraduate Emily McCormick.

GAB 321
March 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th & 26th

Wallflowers explores Judith Butlers notion of creation in that women are born neutral bodied and are then taught to be woman through a series of repetitive acts. These repetitive acts teach us how to perform female sexuality. Our show uses the 5 stages of the tulip in order to portray the growth and death of female sexuality. Our cast discusses our perception of our sexuality and the worlds perception of our sexuality through a series of performances that make up an "Ourstory" as opposed to a "Mystory".

Seats can be reserved by giving a $5 donation in the Communication Studies Office, GAB 309 M-F 8am-5pm. Otherwise seating is first come first serve on the day of the show.