Two women, an evangelical and a liberal, meet in college. They know what kind of people, what kind of Americans, what kind of women they want to be—until they don’t. Feminine Products surveys a world (our world) in which white feminism falls woefully short—and asks us all to consider what must take its place.
The Program in Theater presents this new theater piece written by senior Tessa Albertson ’20, directed by Marc Schorin ’22 and featuring senior Katja Stroke-Adolphe ’20.
Content Advisory: Due to the show’s themes of sexual assault, this production may not be suitable for all audiences.
Free and open to the public; no tickets required.