Girl Be Heard, an All-Female Brooklyn Based Theater Company Tackles Tough Gender Issues on Stage

Girl Be Heard is a 501(c)(3) non-profit theater company based in Brooklyn that brings global issues affecting girls center stage by empowering young women to tell their stories.

The theater company's newest show, Embodi(ed), is a documentary theatre and dance piece about the United State's "feeding frenzy of body dysmorphia."

Embodi(ED), the new show by the award-winning, all-female ensemble GIRL BE HEARD, is a story of overcoming eating disorders, told in a form of a play. It was created under the guidance of two experienced activists, TED presenters, and theatremakers – director Ashley Marinaccio and producer Jessica Greer Morris. We would like to suggest one or both ladies for an interview. They are fun, eloquent and passionate women who will be the best advocates for their work.

See the performance at the HERE theater from February 11th through 21st. Tickets start at $10.

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