Jane Doe in Wonderland is a play and survivor talkback raising awareness and education on sex trafficking. Jane Doe draws parallels between the well known story of Alice in Wonderland and how young women and men are lured into the world of sex trafficking but written in a manner appropriate for audiences 14+, is non-violent or explicit.Jane Doe follows the most common case: that of a 'Romeo Pimp' targeting a rural high school girl by pretending to be her boyfriend before bringing her to an unfamiliar city and trafficking her. In addition to addressing the common 'red flags' of this type of trafficker, the play specifically addresses the most commonly asked question, "why don't victims run?".Our hope is that raising awareness amongst and educating our community, we can prevent any more of our youth from becoming victims. When people understand the tactics a trafficker employs, their conception of 'prostitution' is turned upside-down. When teenagers understand what a 'pimp' is, their likelihood of being trafficked drastically diminishes.