The Vagina Monologues
Written by Eve Ensler and based on interviews conducted with women, The Vagina Monologues explores views on sex, relationships, and violence against women. Initially written as a celebration of vaginas and femininity the production has evolved to support the movement to stop violence against women. The monologues contain stories relating to the vagina and women’s experiences on a range of subjects such love, sex, rape, menstruation, and birth. Throughout the monologues lies an undercurrent of empowerment and what it means for women to inhabit and love their bodies.
At George Mason, The Vagina Monologues are performed in February as part of V-Day George Mason. First performed at Mason in 1999, the event is sponsored by Student Support and Advocacy Center, with support from Women and Gender Studies. Proceeds from the performance benefit the Mason Victims of Violence Fund.
2018 Dates and Times
February 14th @ 6:30PM and
February 17th @ 7:00PM
Doors open 30 minutes before show begins!
Students w/ID $5
Faculty/Staff w/ID $10
Community Members $15
Information on how to purchase tickets coming soon!
The Student Support and Advocacy Center is looking for members of the Mason community to join the production for a variety of roles including fundraising, managing ticket sales, promotion, production, lighting, staging and cast. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to get involved. If you are interested in getting involved, please email Courtney Diener at firstname.lastname@example.org.