Thursday, 22 August 2013

The Vagina Monologues - Saturday



Due to popular demand, the original cast of the August 9th show during the Naturist Festival has agreed to a repeat performance of The Vagina Monologues this Saturday at 8pm in the Outback at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park. The cast consists of 6 women aged 17 to 55. They have put a lot of work into this show (planning and rehearsals started in April) and it shows in the result. Their performance is powerful.

During the festival, seating was setup for 70 people. About 80 people attended and many were turned away. To ensure you have a seat, please contact the office and reserve.

Admission is by way of a cash donation to the York Region Abuse Program. (non-members must also pay a day fee to attend)

CAUTION: This performance contains graphic language and mature content. Attend at your discretion.


About The Vagina Monologues from the publisher, Random House:

A poignant and hilarious tour of the last frontier, the ultimate forbidden zone, The Vagina Monologues is a celebration of female sexuality in all its complexity and mystery. In this stunning phenomenon that has swept the nation, Eve Ensler gives us real women's stories of intimacy, vulnerability, and sexual self-discovery.

Celebrated as the bible for a new generation of women, The Vagina Monologues has been performed in cities all across America and at hundreds of college campuses. It has inspired a dynamic grassroots movement--V-Day--to stop violence against women. Witty and irreverent, compassionate and wise, Eve Ensler's Obie Award-winning masterpiece gives voice to women's deepest fantasies and fears, guaranteeing that no one who reads it will ever look at a woman's body, or think of sex, in quite the same way again.

Based on interviews with over 200 women about their memories and experiences of sexuality, The Vagina Monologues gives voice to women's deepest fantasies and fears, guaranteeing that no one who reads it will ever look at a woman's body, or think of sex, in quite the same way again. It is witty and irreverent, compassionate and wise. "At first women were reluctant to talk," Ensler writes. "They were a little shy. But once they got going, you couldn't stop them."

Also included in this special edition are testimonials--both joyous and heartbreaking--from young women who have performed The Vagina Monologues at their colleges for V-Day, February 14, to raise money for organizations fighting to protect women.

"I am not sure why I was chosen," Eve Ensler writes in her introduction to The Vagina Monologues. "I didn't for example, have girlhood fantasies about becoming "vagina lady" (which I am often called, sometimes loudly across a crowded shoe store.) I could not have imagined that I would one day be talking about vaginas on talk shows in places like Athens, Greece, chanting the word vagina with four thousand women in Baltimore, or having thirty-two public orgasms a night. These things were not in my plans. In this sense, I don't think I had much to do with The Vagina Monologues. It possessed me."