The reading contains emotionally charged material around the topics of sexual assault and sexual violence, none of which appear on screen, however there are verbal depictions of sexual acts and PTSD in the show.
Download the People You May Know digital program by clicking on this link: PYMK_Program
JO | Ruby Gibson
BECKET | Emmet Smith
MICAH | Theo Janke-Furman
ELIZABETH | Danielle Llevada
TORI | Susie McCollum
LITTLE GIRL | Hope Valls
ENSEMBLE | Dan Calderon, Harrison Lewis, Maddie Mazzella, Maddie Novak, Reva Sangal, Sean Zuckerman
BOOK | Katie Duggan
MUSIC & LYRICS | Jordan Knitzer & Alec Steinhorn
DIRECTOR | Allison Heinz
MUSIC SUPERVISOR | Ryan T. Nelson
MUSIC DIRECTOR | Shraman Ghosh
MUSIC ASSISTANTS | Wes D’Alelio & Samuel Perlman
STAGE MANAGER | Olivia Zapater-Charrette
ASST. STAGE MANAGER | Sami DeVries
GRAPHIC DESIGNER | Collin Quinn Rice
WRITING MENTORS | Cheryl Coons, Ryan Cunningham, and Ben Wexler
Thank you to Northwestern’s Sexual Health + Assault Peer Educators (SHAPE) and the Center for Awareness, Response, and Education (CARE) for providing support for the rehearsal process. Learn more about these important university programs at northwestern.edu/care.
Other available resources include:
Confidential Chaplain | 847.491.7256
LGBTQIA Initiatives and Organizations at NU
Northwestern Health Services | 847.491.2204
Counseling and Psychological Services | 847.491.2151
NU Help (Resources Directory)
Social Justice Education
Sexual Misconduct Response and Prevention
In the spirit of healing, we acknowledge and honor the Council of Three Fires – the Potawatomi, Odawa and Ojibwe Tribes – the original people of the land upon which Northwestern University stands. Over 100,000 Native people remain on and preserve this land today, and we urge you to take time and learn more about these tribes and find ways to support them.
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Dean E. Patrick Johnson, Elaine Cohen Rubin, Robert & Wendy Macdonald, Robert E. & Charlene Shaw, Nancy Gibbs, the Wirtz Center, and all of our generous supporters for helping to bring new musicals to campus.