Finalist for the Governor General’s Award for Drama
Winner of the Theatre BC National Playwriting Award
Winner of the Brick Playhouse New Play Award
Into a world of seemingly complacent conformity, Professor Alfred Kinsey’s “Report on Human Sexuality” exploded onto the scene and sparked the sexual revolution. And Professor K, or “Prok,” as he was known, had as many secrets as the subjects he interviewed for his ground-breaking studies… In this fascinating memory play, Kinsey’s wife Clara recalls scenes from their lives: their first meeting, their wedding night, lovers, conflicts, and children. Kinsey emerges as a complex individual–a renowned scientist and outwardly conventional family man who also indulges darker private compulsions.
About the Author
Brian Drader is an actor, writer, teacher, and dramaturge who makes his home in Winnipeg, Manitoba. His plays have been produced in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Awards for his writing include the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Award, the Philadelphia Brick Playhouse New Play Award, and the Lambda Literary Award for Drama (USA). His play Prok was also nominated for the Governor General’s award and the McNally Robinson Book of the Year. Brian’s other plays include Liar, The Norbals, S*it (a play for teens), The Fruit Machine, Curtsy, and To Be Frank. Brian served as the Director of Playwriting at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal from 2004 to 2017, and is presently the Executive Director of the Manitoba Association of Playwrights.