Jane Doe goes to a party. She gets drunk. She blacks out. She is raped.

This is a theatre show reflecting on rape culture in our communities.

Karin McCracken (Binge Culture's It's A Trial, Wine Lips) leads a public reading of a rape trial transcript, where audience members read as witnesses and lawyers, and feed in live responses via their phones. Interwoven with frank and funny documentary footage with young people from across America and Aotearoa, Jane Doe is a revelatory and carefully crafted discussion on consent, feminism and sexual empowerment.

Written and directed by Eleanor Bishop (BOYS, Like There's No Tomorrow, The Intricate Art of Actually Caring).

Jane Doe has been selected to travel to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - Your support of this season will help make it happen!


"Beautifully and innovatively expressed - more potent now than ever." The Tartan 

Winner of the Unfuck the World: Social Impact Award, Auckland Fringe 2017


Please note: This show discusses sexual violence in depth, and includes graphic descriptions of sexual violence.