Sex Signals Improv Show Comes to UW
February 21, 2008 — The improv comedy group, Sex Signals, will give a free performance Thursday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m., in the University of Wyoming Union ballroom.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. and seating will be limited to 400 spectators.
Sex Signals is a two-person show that blends improvisational comedy, education and audience participation to provide a provocative look at the issues of dating, sex and, ultimately, acquaintance rape on college campuses.
The performers, who are trained in sexual assault prevention, work to strike a balance between laughing at the differences between men and women, and clearly communicating some serious messages about how people treat one another.
They have performed at more than 400 schools throughout the country, giving more than 1,000 shows. It has become one of the most popular programs on sexual assault awareness for college audiences and was nominated as "Speaker of the Year" by the readers of Campus Activities Magazine.
This event is sponsored by the STOP Violence Project, UW Athletics, Greek Affairs, RHA, AWARE/Cowboy Choices, Women's Action Network, Spectrum, SAFE Project, Women's Center, and the ASUW Student Activities Council.
For more information, call Jody Mayer at (307) 766-6797 or visit www.bass-schuler.com/sexsignals.php4.