Ethically Ambiguous
Performance
Department of Theater: Student Honors Thesis Project

Ethically Ambiguous

written and performed by Alisya Reza '22
May 27 - 28, 2022

This event occurred as part of the 21/22 Theater Department season. This is an archived view.

The story of a young girl's newfound obsession with sex—and how she's convinced she's going to hell for it. An original one-woman honors thesis about desire and shame as a woman of color.

21/22 Theater Department

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ALISYA REZA '22 playwright and performer
KAT YEN director

FRANKIE CARR '22 scenic designer
BRANDY ZHANG '22 lighting designer
ISAIAH BROWN '23 costume designer
ROBBIE ABEL '24 sound designer
ARMITA MIRKARIMI '25 stage manager

This production deals with sex, sexual assault and strong language. Not recommended to audiences under the age of 16.

Join us in the theater immediately following Saturday evening's performance (5/28) for an informal discussion with the playwright and performer, Alisya Reza '22, and the team behind Ethically Ambiguous.

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