Ask A Sex Abuse Survivor in Philadelphia
Psychologist Margaret D. Sayers called ASK A SEX ABUSE SURVIVOR “an excellent illustration of the healing power of art and community”. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Dale Blair said, “As a psychologist who treats survivors of childhood sexual abuse, I would highly recommend this show to anyone who struggles with the emotional aftermath of these traumas”. Survivor and New England Director of SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) Dave O’Regan said, “I came away from the performance uplifted, braver, and will always remember Michael’s courage and draw strength from it when needed in my own life.”
ASK A SEX ABUSE SURVIVOR utilizes a unique mix of storytelling, audience interaction and improvisation to spark a real-time conversation about the effects of sexual abuse on children and adult survivors. The performance includes feedback breaks throughout, during which audience members are encouraged to ask questions, make comments, or participate in any way they see fit.
This new version of the show incorporates developments and healing breakthroughs that have occurred in survivor Michael Broussard's life in recent years.
Admission is FREE. Registration is not required but would be greatly appreciated so that we can have a sense of how many people to anticipate. You can register HERE