Nelson Music Room / February 7, 8, 14, 15 at 7 pm / February 9, 16 at 2 pm

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Started in 2009,

Me Too Monologues is an annual show about identity entirely written, produced, and performed by the Duke Community. Students, alumni, and faculty anonymously submit stories about their life experiences, and peers perform the monologues in a theatrical production. 

Combining aesthetic excellence with community storytelling, Me Too reaches audiences viscerally and raises consciousness about the structural and personal challenges facing individuals often marginalized in elite higher education.