• Nov2014

    “The goal of the show is to create conversation and provide education with the hope of writing a positive ending to thousands of girls’ darkest days.” – Tracy Kornet, WSMV Play raises awareness of sex trafficking in TN Posted: Nov 14, 2014 10:51 PM ESTUpdated: Nov 28, 2014 10:51 PM

  • “A weekend piece at Tennessee Performing Arts Center delves into sex trafficking in Tennessee” – Fiona Soltes, The Tennessean Play, panels address sex trafficking in Tennessee Fiona Soltes11:04 p.m. CST November 12, 2014 (Photo: Submitted ) A weekend piece at Tennessee Performing Arts Center delves into sex trafficking in Tennessee,

  • Sep2014

    “When Kerri Koczen and Danielle Roos of Knoxville first met a victim of human trafficking … they were compelled to join the fight and raise awareness about the crime.” – Jeremy Styron, News-Herald Human trafficking focus Posted: Tuesday, September 9, 2014 10:49 am By Jeremy Styron jeremy.styron@news-herald.net When Kerri Koczen and Danielle

  • Aug2014

    Earlier this summer Kerri and Danielle received a request to participate in a podcast for people who have been entrepreneurs in various artistic fields, or “artrepreneurs”. Heath Armstrong started The Artrepreneur Now podcast and Yellow Rose Productions had the pleasure of being on his show. Listen to The Artrepreneur Now

  • Jun2014

    “The play set out to present this painful social issue in such a way as to force the audience to confront the issue’s uncomfortable reality. It certainly accomplished that goal.” – Knoxville Urban Guy (Alan Sims), Inside of Knoxville “Princess Cut” Forces a Painful Conversation Posted on June 11, 2014 Written

  • “Kerri and Danielle looked out and found an issue, found sources, interviewed one in depth, protected her identity, and told her story artfully to an attentive audience. That’s literary journalism.” – Doug Cumming, Like the Dew ‘Princess Cut’ puts Knoxville’s sex trafficking on stage by Doug Cumming | 0, Add your

  • May2014

    “A Sioux Center native is using theatre to raise awareness about social justice issues.” – Dan Breen, Northwest Iowa Review Kerri Koczen, a native of Long Island, NY, and Danielle Roos, a native of Sioux Center, have started Yellow Rose Productions in Knoxville, TN. The two are interested in raising

  • “A sex trafficking ring in Knoxville?” – Doug Banister, The News Sentinel Summary: Three young women met a victim of a Knoxville sex trafficking ring and wrote a play about her life. The purpose of Princess Cut is to raise awareness of the problem of sex trafficking in Knoxville. The

  • Feb2014

    “I have to commend Danielle and Kerri, Erik and Lizzie (as well as Kelsey Broyles, Stage Manager) for offering such a high quality dramatic experience, for bringing this story to life and inspiring more than a little introspection along the way.” – Knoxville Urban Guy (Alan Sims), Inside of Knoxville The

  • Jan2014

    “In the meantime, keep your eye out for these young women. I expect them to do good things for years to come.” – Knoxville Urban Guy (Alan Sims), Inside of Knoxville New Production Company Slips into the Downtown Scene Posted on January 28, 2014 Written by KnoxvilleUrbanGuy 3 Comments It was