- The most popular program on sexual assault awareness among college audiences and educators
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Blending a unique combination of improvisational comedy, education and audience participation, “Sex Signals” provides a provocative, in-your-face look at issues surrounding dating, sex and date rape on college campuses.
Through the use of humor, the show explores how mixed messages, gender role stereotypes and unrealistic fantasies contribute to misunderstandings between the sexes. Students are thus engaged in a candid discussion on dating and the realities of date rape as they are challenged to provide solutions that will better improve communications in interpersonal relationships. All of the performers have extensive training in interactive theater and sexual assault prevention education.
Since the program’s inception in 2000, Sex Signals has performed over 1000 shows at over 400 colleges and universities, making it one of the country’s most popular lecture programs.
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“Annie and Chris were fantastic & engaging with a crowd of brand new freshmen. I really appreciate the effort and talent of the actors and all that goes into making Sex Signals a program that spreads such an important message.” - Mary Stall, Regis University
“I wanted to let you know that Sex Signals was great! I was so impressed with how they got students to open up and talk about serious topics in such a nonthreatening way! Based on their engagement in the presentation students really seemed to be listening and taking their message to heart. I can’t wait to see what kind of impact their show will have on our campus!” - Donna Lee Davis Sullins, Dalton State College
“Thanks for sharing!! It was a great event, George and Kristen were awesome….we were standing room only/the most packed event I’ve ever attended as we were pushing just under 400 students…it was awesome!!!”
“…what a wonderful performance. Very serious, genuine, and timely. The actors were spot on, top dead center for the message. It was a very effective way to approach a subject that makes people defensive and guilt ridden. I would certainly recommend this performance to my peers in college counseling centers.” - Karl Laves, PhD, Western Kentucky University