We The People

Wednesday, October 07, 2020 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre


Eat. Sleep. Check Social Media.

Repeat. It's time to examine our individual responsibility in and culpability for the social issues that are currently fomenting in our country. In this brand new devised show, vignettes tackle issues that may be uncomfortable, but they tell stories that we all need to hear. It's not fake news, it's real life.

Trigger/Content Warning: This play uses discussions of anti-black violence and enactments of racial and intersectional microaggressions toward the end of white ally education. It may be triggering for people of color, and especially Black people. If you need support in processing this experience, we recommend using The Beauregard Center and Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) as campus resources.

Written and Conceived by the Cast

Directed by Raina Ames

AVAILABLE FOR BOTH IN-PERSON AND STREAMING AUDIENCES!  ONLY UNH FACULTY/STAFF/STUDENTS WHO HAVE ABIDED BY UNH'S COVID-19 TESTING PROTOCALS MAY PURCHASE TICKETS TO THIS LIVE EVENT.

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Raina Ames