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Raucous, Raunchy, Heartrending: Thinking Cap’s Collective Rage

Trump may have paraded his demeaning objectification of women by using the word pussy, but it’s a word celebrated over and over in Thinking Cap Theatre’s production of Collective Rage, A Play in Five Betties.
Playwright Jen Silverman and her disparate characters all named Betty use the term to reinforce the liberating quality of having pride in female sexuality.

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‘Never Play It Safe’ Is The Story Of Thinking Cap Theatre Before Regional Premiere of The Bettys

Thinking Cap Theatre is presenting the Southeastern premiere of Jen Silverman’s Collective Rage: A Play In Five Betties, a timely tale of feminism echoing last winter’s women’s march on Washington.

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