STORIES INSPIRED BY THE WOMEN WHO CAME FORWARD
An evening of humor and hurt, courage, anger and honesty
TRUMP, TRAUMA AND A WAR THAT WON’T GO AWAY
by Laura Collins-Hughes (January 16, 2019)
‘Based on the bravery of Jill Harth,’ ‘Based on the bravery of Tasha Dixon.’ ‘Based on the bravery of Rachel Crooks.’ That’s what it says in the ‘Grabber’ program after the titles of individual plays: a statement of awe at Mr. Trump’s accusers for stepping into the media glare.
A NIGHT AT THE THEATER WITH TRUMP’S ACCUSERS
by Alyssa Shelasky (January 16, 2019)
The play itself was terrific. Each of its eight acts honored a victim and her story (one act actually honored the victims who haven’t yet spoken). Some were disturbing, some were hilarious, most were both.
SEVEN TRUMP ACCUSERS’ STORIES TAKE THE STAGE IN ‘THE PUSSY GRABBER PLAYS’
By Amy Zimmerman (January 15, 2019)
The Pussy Grabber Plays succeed by doing more than just calling us back to these accusers’ stories. They hold our attention and direct us towards nuance, creating exquisite, unexpected windows into the lives of women who were previously reduced to a single trauma.
‘LIKE MEETING SISTERS’: 6 OF DONALD TRUMP’S ACCUSERS GATHER TO WATCH THEIR STORIES ONSTAGE
By Diane Herbst (January 16, 2019)
‘It was totally surreal to see someone play me onstage. It was wild,’ Stoynoff tells PEOPLE. ‘She made me laugh, which was good. That’s the reaction I was hoping to get from the audience, and we did.’
TRUMP’S ACCUSERS TAKE CENTER STAGE IN ‘THE PUSSY GRABBER PLAYS’
By Marie Solis (January 16, 2019)
[T]he play doesn’t simply recapitulate the allegations of harassment and assault for the sake of keeping the details in public consciousness—instead, it gives each woman the opportunity to tell her story in the way she sees fit.
“THE PUSSY GRABBER PLAYS” PUTS THE STORIES OF TRUMP’S ACCUSERS ONSTAGE
by Anna North (January 15, 2019)
by Lucia Graves (January 14, 2019)
by Lee Seymour (January 14, 2019)