Sponsored by the Vallejo City Unified School District, Seneca, Soroptimist Intl. of Vallejo & Solano County District Attorney's Office Jane Doe in Wonderland, Theatre Against Sex Trafficking, will be performed for the Vallejo Community on April 18th, 2018 for FREE!
Written through the collaboration of Game Over, an anti-sex trafficking nonprofit organization founded by survivor/educator Elle Snow and MFA playwrights Grace Booth, Kate Tobie and Erin Johnson, the play draws parallels between the well-known story of Alice In Wonderland and how young women and men are lured into the world of sex trafficking.
Jane Doe is written for a high school audience in a manner that is non-violent or explicit. It follows the most common case: that of a ‘Romeo Pimp’ targeting a rural high school girl by pretending to be her boyfriend before bringing her to an unfamiliar city and trafficking her. In addition to addressing the common ‘red flags’ of this type of trafficker, the play specifically addresses the most commonly asked question, “why don’t victims run?”
The hour-long performance will be followed by a survivor talk-back where audience members can ask questions and learn directly from a survivor’s experience.
Tickets will be FREE for this event. If you'd like to make a reservation, visit The Empress Theatre Box Office/Website.