V-Day Somerville: The Vagina Monologues

by Eve Ensler

directed by Elizabeth Hunter

benefitting the Somerville Commission for Women

Blizzard 2013 Update: Thanks to everyone who did make it out to see our show on Saturday night!

Due to schedules of our actors and potential spaces, we will not be offering an additional performance of this production. If you missed our show on Saturday, or want more, there will be a separate production of The Vagina Monologues at The Armory on February 27th and March 1st.

If you were unable to make it to the show and are interested in a refund, you can request one directly from the Somerville Theatre. Please bear in mind that whatever proceeds we do make will go to the V-Day Spotlight Foundation and the Somerville Commission for Women, to support the campaign to stop violence against women and girls in our community and around the world. Thank you for your support for this vital effort and the work of T@F!

The Vagina Monologues celebrates the experiences of women of all ages while acknowledging the many forms and effects of abuse and misinformation perpetrated against them. Playwright Eve Ensler based each segment — some funny, some tragic, all inspiring — on her interviews with women and girls throughout the country and the world.

This production is part of the 15th anniversary of V-Day and the anniversary movement, One Billion Rising, and will include personal Why I Am Rising statements from cast members. 10% of our proceeds will benefit the V-Day Spotlight Foundationand the remaining 90% will support the Somerville Commission for Women.

Music for The Vagina Monologues will be provided by Somebody's Mother. Be sure to arrive early to enjoy their whole set!

Please Note: This production includes descriptions and depictions of violence against women, mature language, and explicit sexual material.

Performances

Saturday, February 9, 2013, at 3pm and 8pm

Note: The two casts may not be identical.

Location

The Vagina Monologues was presented at The Somerville Theater, 55 Davis Square, Somerville MA.

Ensemble

Liz Adams

Shealan Anderson

Leah Bateman

Stephanie Clarkson

Elizabeth Cole

Melissa Ehlers

Nellie Farrington

Neha Gandhi

Jo Guthrie

Kathy-Ann Hart

Andrea Humez

Sonya Joyner

Noe Kamelamela

Natalia Musatova

Sharon Neeley

Mary Niederkorn

Gilly Rosenthol

Erika Rubin

Masha Sten-Clanton

Lisë Stern

Joye Thaller

Jess Viator

Aspen Webster

Bobbi Woodward

Production Team

Producer

Director

Assistant Director

Technical Director

Stage Manager

Sound Designer

Sound Engineer

Lighting Designer

Rehearsal Assistant

Green Room Manager

Publicity Manager

Ad Sales

Beckie Hunter

Elizabeth Hunter

David Policar

Jason Merrill

Aaron Cohen

Neil Marsh

Chris Cebelenski

Hilary Caplan

Erin Jenkins

Laura Burke

Georgia Young

Kathy-Ann Hart