The production focuses on female survivors of sexual assault, but she was asked afterward why there were no men represented.
“Breaking the Silence” features 15 vignettes, including stories from survivors, poems, readings and more. I hope that it can help to see someone talk about it and know they are not the only one.
It's surprising that the limited backstory allowed the characters to gel so well right off the bat.The couple also has a boat in the Morro Bay harbor. “The family remains in contact with investigators and we welcome any information that will assist with locating Avery,” Morro Bay police Chief Amy Christey wrote in an email.“Then he went to use the shower next to the Harbor Patrol,” said his mother, Crystal Danley of Valley Springs. Danley “fell in love with Morro Bay” and wanted to continue living there, his mother said.There is child abuse, domestic violence and LGBTQ assault within the kinds of survivors,” Soro said.Soro, who taught and led drama productions for years at Enochs and Johansen high schools, got the idea to create “Breaking the Silence” after directing the play “The Sirens” last May at the Gallo Center for the Arts.