HOW DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION VOCALIZE AND DISCUSS TOPICS REGARDING SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL ASSAULT?

I Killed the Cow is a one-woman show that uses metaphor to talk about sexual assault. It inspires discourse and reflection, furthering understanding in the realm of sexual assault by combating misinformation and stigma. Through the use of humor and physical storytelling, I Killed the Cow opens up digestible conversations about sexual expression and violence. Through the performance and post-show talkbacks, I Killed the Cow stimulates communities to move toward a more constructive understanding of the causes of sexual violence.

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COMMUNICATE.

  • I Killed the Cow — the semi-autobiographical one-woman show — uses personal narrative to open the floor for communication.
  • It is the dynamic story of one woman as she unearths the moments in her life that have shaped her into the sexual being that she is — including her assault.

CONNECT.

  • The inclusive style and spirited honesty allows for audiences to relate their own experiences of sexuality and consent.
  • By including comedy, I Killed the Cow allows dialogue to happen in a way that traditional lectures and team building exercises do not.

CHANGE.

  • We lead post-show discussions and workshops that allow for communities to strengthen, increasing collaboration, and therefore increasing growth prospects.