I’m thrilled to announce that Ripple Effect is bringing She Has A Name back to New York City for an Off-Broadway production this Fall.

Performances will run October 26 through November 5 at Sargent Theater in New York.

The play will be directed by Jana Robbins who has directed productions throughout the United States who has performed and produced on Broadway.

The production will be a contextualized version of the original stage play that toured Canada in 2012 that sets the drama in the United States.

Ripple Effect previously produced She Has A Name for a short preview run at the beginning of 2017 and is reprising the production due to popular demand.

You can get tickets and learn more about the production at Ripple Effect’s production website.


Haunted by anguished voices, a lawyer poses as a john to build a legal case against a brothel trafficking girls across the border. Can he win the trust of a young girl, forced to work as a prostitute and convince her to risk her life for the sake of justice?


Production-ready scripts for the stage

She Has A Name is an emotionally powerful stage play that has been produced across Canada and the United States, including Off-Broadway in New York City.  The play has been produced by professional, community and student theatre groups to critical acclaim. The play transforms theatre creators and audiences alike.

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She Has A Name - Human Trafficking - A play by Andrew Kooman

US/Mexico Version of She Has A Name

About the Scripts:

Acts: 2 Acts
Running Time – 90 minutes
Male Cast: 2
Female Cast: 8
Doubling: 5 actors can play a total of 10 roles

A Note for Artistic Directors and Producers:

For production purposes, you are legally required to have as many copies of a play as are needed by the cast/director etc. Photocopying without legal license is prohibited.

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