Spring Street International School* presents


Written by Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Krista Strutz

Thursday-Saturday, April 19-21 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 22 2:00 pm
Gubelman Theatre
$10 Adults
$5 Student Reserved
Festival Seating

What does it mean to be a good kid? Naomi Iizuka's Good Kids takes on the issue of consent and the dire consequences of bad decisions fueled by "Jello shots and trash can punch".

When Chloe wakes up in a strange house and can't remember what happened the night before, she finds out the whole school already knows. Loosely based on the events of the Steubenville rape case, the play addresses sexual assault, rape culture, and growing up in an increasingly digital world.


Good Kids addresses teen sexual assault and its effect on survivors, perpetrators, and bystanders. The play contains profanity and discusses sexuality, teen alcohol use, rape, and sexual violence.

Spring Street International School has partnered with Safe San Juans, and other sexual assault support advocates to guide post-performance discussions after each show to generate awareness and conversations about sexual assault.



*Spring Street International School in Friday Harbor is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational day and boarding school for student in grades 5-12.

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