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Kilmartin performs 'Crimes Against Nature'

"Crimes Against Nature" is an original solo performance piece written and performed by Christopher Kilmartin, a Mary Washington College psychology professor. The product of a year-long collaboration between Kilmartin and Gregg Stull, an assistant professor of theater at Mary Washington, "Crimes Against Nature" is a humorous, compelling and personal look at the pressures, absurdities and contradictions of masculinity.

Kilmartin will give a public performance April 1 at 3 p.m. in McLeod Hall Auditorium. Students are admitted free with ID; for others, tickets are $5 at the door. He will also give a special performance for fraternities that night at 7:30 p.m.

"Crimes Against Nature" is co-sponsored by the Sexual Assault Education Office, Inter-Fraternity Council, Inter-Sorority Council, the Women's Center, and the Sexual Assault Resource Agency, among other groups.


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