Explores the unique – yet interwoven – life circumstances of eight women & trans people forced to confront their own sexuality, realizing that sexuality itself is not simple or clear-cut. Through dialogue, movement, song, humor, and multimedia, the performance examines such themes as partner communication, sexual identity, the de-sexualization of aging women, today’s “hook-up” culture, sexual health, and more. Currently touring!
We live in our bodies. They enable us, constrain us, and sometimes define us. However, our personal interactions with our bodies are silenced by the constant parade of female and trans people as objects of desire or fetish. ReconFIGUREd gives space to examine “the body” with a fresh eye, and unveil the realities of what it means to live in and with female and trans bodies.
A free videos series to provide communities with an accessible education about trans experiences, from the perspective of trans people. Addressing topics such as pronoun usage, acceptable questions, and how to be an ally, the series is a valuable resource for trans people to both ease the burden of education, and create a space to explore issues facing the trans community. HAT has accompanying workshops for schools, organizations, and businesses. Currently available.
“A Chip On Her Shoulder” is a docu-musical investigating the experiences of women, trans people, and other minorities in the field of engineering and stimulates the conversation of what it means to be a visible and/or invisible identity in the field. Engineers impact our homes, our transportation, our food, and almost every advance we experience in our ever changing world, yet only 14% of engineers are women. The show utilizes an eight person cast to tell the stories of over 25 people from all over the country.