What an amazing day! We spent +/- 4 hours at USM-Portland yesterday, running through the dining halls, setting up outside classrooms, and making brief but informative study interruptions. From there, we set up shop at USM-Gorham for the 8pm performance, which had an audience of about 60 people. Both shows […]Read More
Below is the schedule for Tuesdays performances. That’s right, plural. The cast will be spending the entire afternoon on the Portland campus, performing selections of the show in various places around campus. We will be targeting breaks between classes as well as lunch (our favorite time), so look for us […]Read More
Rehearsals have been going so incredibly well and the cast is making amazing progress – the performance NEXT TUESDAY should be very exciting. Because we can’t say it enough, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15th at 8pm at USM – Gorham. Special shout-outs to Gina at Nomia Boutique, Katie Diamond of Salacious (and […]Read More
Keeping with the updates, announcing the actors for the USM shows! We’re proud to say that Lexi Helming, Danny Gay, Nick Smith and Shana Natelson will be the actors in the debut performances of Speak About It. We’re also super excited to have Dave Surkin, Co-Owner of PortSports, as our […]Read More
Speak About It is proud to announce our first shows, premiering at the Portland and Gorham campuses of the University of Southern Maine. Both shows will be on Tuesday, February 15th. The Portland campus will be getting impromptu monologues and skits, while the full show will be performed at 8pm […]Read More
Welcome to the homepage for the traveling version of Speak About It. Speak About It is a performance program about sexual assault education and prevention that was originally created at Bowdoin College. If you are interested in bringing Speak About It to your institution, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep checking back […]Read More
Speak About It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that partners with high schools and colleges to educate, entertain, and empower students to create positive change within their communities, advocate for and practice healthy relationship habits, and prevent sexual violence.
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