The Me Too Monologues Project originally started at Duke University as a way for students to open up about insecurities and issues related to identity, race, sexuality, and mental health. Students begin by anonymously submitting monologues about their personal experiences that are then turned over to actors to perform on stage.
Directed by Nathalie Ellis-Einhorn ’16 and Nadia Diamond ’17, Princeton’s Me Too Monologues production will focus on mental health issues (feelings, struggles, insecurities, and more) and will be performed at Theatre Intime during Mental Health Week.
Friday @ 10:30pm
Saturday @ 2:00pm