What Every Girl Should Know

A full-length play

Winner of the New York Fringe Overall Excellence Award for Best Ensemble

Top to bottom, start to finish, What Every Girl Should Know is an excellent piece of theater.

Whether the intermittent dance moments were Bradley (director’s) or Byrne’s (playwright’s) brainchild, the choreography by Jeff and Rick Kuperman is genuinely lovely.
— Naomi McDougall Graham, NY Theatre

In 1914, four Catholic girls make Margaret Sanger their patron saint and form a cult of adventure, assassination, and masturbation ritual. Then one becomes pregnant, blurring the line between their fantasy life and their real one.

Written by Monica Byrne
Directed by Jaki Bradley
Music by Amanda Palmer
Choreographed by Rick & Jeff Kuperman
Presented at the NY Fringe