Students present "Stripped" in support of The Hope Center

February 26, 2016
Carleton students will present an original production, "Stripped," on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Skinner Memorial Chapel. Written, directed, and produced by students, proceeds from "Stripped" will benefit The Hope Center in Faribault. Tickets will be sold at the door on a sliding scale of $5-$25. "Stripped" is a monologue series written by senior Kathleen George (New York) and is also the subject of her senior COMPS project. Based on over 100 interviews with students, faculty, staff, and alumni, "Stripped" highlights diverse stories from the campus community about race, class, gender, sexuality, and more. The Hope Center works against sexual and domestic violence through crisis intervention, counseling, and legal advocacy. Through innovative programming, they offer direct support to victims of violence in Rice County, collaborative support to other organizations that serve victims, and educational support to the entire community. For more information, visit This event is sponsored by the Carleton College Gender & Sexuality Center. For more information, including disability accommodations, please call (507) 222-7179. Please note, this performance contains mature themes. The Skinner Memorial Chapel is located on First and College Streets in Northfield.