Multi-Issue Programs 2017-07-24T17:05:51+00:00

Multi-Issue Programs

Multi-Issue Programs

aka Hybrid Shows

GTC’s multi-issue shows combine the best material from the single issue performances into innovative solutions for those situations where you need to cover a lot of ground in very little time. While not as in-depth as the single issue performances, multi-issue shows get students talking on a broader range of important campus issues and experiences.

These 90-minute shows includes three scenes. Each campus can customize the programs by choosing the scenes that best suit their needs.

What’s It All About?

This is the all-purpose, heavy-duty multi-issue show that covers it all: diversity, substance abuse, and sexual assault.

This 90-minute show includes three scenes. Each campus can customize the program by choosing the scenes that best suit their needs.

The Scenes (your choice of 3 scenes)

  1. Hannah, Ryan, and Darrick could be friends, but racist and sexist assumptions drive them apart. How can they learn to bridge the gaps?
  2. Anna, Jim, and Pete came to the party together. But as Jim and Pete keep drinking, Anna wonders if they should leave together.
  3. Jessica has been drinking at a Mardi Gras party. She’s been flirting with Nick, but should she accept his invitation to go upstairs and “get some more beads?”
  4. When Nicole took Tom back to her room, she just wanted to kiss. He wanted more. Will he abide by her wishes?

The Sex & Drugs Show

This multi-issue program covers the basics of substance abuse, sexual communication, and sexual assault. Behaviors discussed include types of drinking behavior, the effect of substance abuse on academic performance, what happens when alcohol and sexual communication collide, as well as the difficult subject of sexual assault.

This 90-minute show includes three scenes. Each campus can customize the program by choosing the scenes that best suit their needs.

The Scenes (your choice of 3 scenes)

  1. Anna, Jim, and Pete came to the party together. But as Jim and Pete keep drinking, Anna wonders if they should leave together.
  2. Jim and Richard have an important assignment due. When Jim goes to Richard’s room to work on it, Richard is stoned. Will they finish the assignment?
  3. Jessica has been drinking at a Mardi Gras party. She’s been flirting with Nick, but should she accept his invitation to go upstairs and “get some more beads?”
  4. When Nicole took Tom back to her room, she just wanted to kiss. He wanted more. Will he abide by her wishes?