One of Drama-Queens’ “Women of Cause” takes on a painful topic in a one-woman piece

JESSIE FAHAY, artistic director of Ripple Effect Artists, and the focus of one of Drama-Queens’ annual article highlighting the women of off-off Broadway, (see part three of “Women of Cause and Conscience: The Working Women of Off-Off Broadway.”) appears in a riveting drama written and directed by BETH NEWBERY, founder of Infusion Arts, entitled UNDONE.

Both Ripple Effect Artists and Infusion Arts are international organizations dedicated to creating social awareness and change through the arts, so the UNDONE collaboration is a natural fit.


UNDONE, a one-woman performance ā€“ is the story of Anne ā€“ a victim of sex trafficking. Anne, while devastated, was still one of the lucky ones… She survived. And now she is determined to help others by telling her story. At times heartbreaking, honest, and even humorous, UNDONE explores what the TV cameras never catch and the reporters never say: the inner pain these unfortunate people go through, even years after. UNDONE is inspirational and informational ā€“ shedding light on multiple causes to end human trafficking and support its victims. UNDONE, premiers at the Kraine Theater, January 10 & 11, 2015, before moving uptown to Theatre Row in February 2015.

Performed in observance of National Anti-Trafficking Awareness day (1/11/15)
Saturday, January 10 @ 2:00 & 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 11 @ 3:00 p.m.
The Kraine Theater
85 East 4th Street, New York City