The Girl Who Came Out the Wrong Way
The Girl Who Came Out the Wrong Way is a coming of age story set in a patriarchal world not far from our own. This production follows the life of a young woman from birth to adulthood, exploring seldom discussed issues surrounding childhood, sex, loss, and more.
The Girl Who Came Out the Wrong Way is a multi-medium production enveloping the most evocative elements of both the stage and the screen. A film within a play, a play within a film.
This production contains many adult themes including sexuality, profanity, full nudity, reference to self harm, and suicide, and will make use of electronic cigarettes.
|Playwright||Caitlin Rose Edwards|
|Director||Taylor Edelle Stuart|
|Associate Director||Robert Siegrist|
|Scenic Designer||Skyler Matthias|
|Lighting Designer||Christian Hahn|
|Projection Specialist||Ted Brown|
|Cinematography||Taylor Edelle Stuart & Thomas Eslinger|
|Publicity Design||Ari Craven|
|Costume Design||Caitlin Rose Edwards & Taylor Edelle Stuart|
|Stage Manager||Sophie Katz|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Alexis Hinman|
Tickets for Gallery Productions are available in the Theatre lobby one hour before showtime.
Tickets are $5 for non-students and free for University of Iowa students with a valid ID.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Department of Theatre Arts in advance at 319.335.2700.