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Girl Be Heard and Human Rights Watch Present World Premier

Girl Be Heard and Human Rights Watch Present World Premier

Breaking the Silence with Girl Be Heard, highlights a number of global issues faced by millions of women daily. Told through a series of monologues and songs from individual perspectives, the performances are based on fact and expose the greater universal truths. Human trafficking, child marriage, domestic violence, rape as a war crime, issues of refugees, the right to a voice and the right to ownership and education are some of the issues addressed. With a wonderful star cast from stage and cinema, the production is a spotlight on the work of Human Rights Watch, as the horrors continue to flourish in darkness and silence.

Breaking the Silence with Girl Be Heard, is evidence that theatre’s healing power transcends borders. This ground-breading collaboration, between Girl Be Heard and Human Rights Watch, is elevating the stories of survivors to the global stage, by harnessing the voices of actors, activists and advocates from around the world. Together, we are breaking the cycle of silence that perpetuates gender-based violence,” said Jessica Morris, CEO of Girl Be Heard.

Successfully performed in Geneva 2013 and London 2014. Breaking the Silence with Girl Be Heard was selected for the closing ceremony for Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict hosted by William Hague and Angelina Jolie, and will be performed in The Hague April 2015. Premiering in New York Thursday the 19th to the 21st February 2015, to coincide with The World Day of Social Justice. The production opens two weeks after President Barack Obama announced his campaign “It’s On Us” to end violence against women and girls during the 2015 Grammy Awards.

The cast and writers from Trafficked and disPLACEd include: Aya Abdelaziz, Deanna Alexandra, Georgie Exniord, Noelia Mann, Betsy Perez, Tiff Roma, Melanie Thompson, Danielle Walker, and Sophie Walker. The cast and writers for selections from Breaking the Silence include: Gemma Aston, Susan Craig, Amelia Donker, Adam James, Fraser James, Charlotte Longfield, Katrina Syran, and guitarist Jad Azkoul.

Girl Be Heard is a non-profit theatre and educational program that provides a safe environment for girls to write, direct, and perform theatre productions under the guidance of professional directors, playwrights, actors, activists, and intellectuals. Join the movement at

Human Rights Watch is a nonprofit, nongovernmental, human rights organization made up of roughly 400 staff members around the globe. They press for changes in policy and practice that promote human rights and justice around the world.

Breaking the Silence with Girl Be Heard: Soho Playhouse ,15 Vandam Street, Thursday, February 19, Friday, February 20, and Saturday, February 21 at 8:00PM. Tickets are $35 and are $20 for students and senior. Tickets are available by visiting


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:

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