Stripped is an all-gender monologue series that covers subject matter ranging from social justice to menstruation. Stripped is entirely student written, directed, and produced, and is based on many interviews with Carleton students, staff, faculty, and alumni conducted by a group of students. Every monologue in Stripped is compiled from real stories from our community.

The production addresses topics such as sexual violence, genitalia, drugs, alcohol, sexual content, slurs, and microaggressions.

Tickets & Donations

Proceeds from Stripped ticket sales will be donated to the Hope Center. Donations are cash only, and are on a sliding scale from $1 to $25. Anyone planning to attend the event must have a ticket for entrance regardless of the donation amount including no donation.

Visit the Stripped table in Sayles Great Space Week 6 through Week 8, every Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 1pm to donate and/or pick up your ticket. 

Tickets will be collected at the door on the day of the performance. Please be sure to have your ticket upon arrival.