SALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University presents The Vagina Monologues 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, February 22-24, in the Wicomico Room of Guerrieri University Center.
SU students Erika Mitry and Kim Lennon direct Eve Ensler’s award-winning play, which is based on over 200 interviews of diverse groups of women from around the world. Ensler explores violence against women, a taboo subject with hilarity and heartbreak.
The event is held in honor of V-Day, a global effort to raise awareness and funds to help stop violence against women and girls through performances of Monologues. “V-Day 2007 addresses the desire for peace—peace in our homes, in our streets and on our college campuses, especially during a time of war,” said Lennon. This year, the V-Day campaign at SU is one of 1,102 throughout the world.
Monologues, performed in over 40 countries and translated into some 35 languages, is a daring and intricate balance of Ensler’s vision, compassion and brutally honesty exploration.
Admission is $5. All proceeds benefit Salisbury’s Life Crisis Center, a non-profit agency for victims of abuse. Used cell phones are collected at door to be distributed to victims of abuse for use as 911 emergency phones.
For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU Web site at www.salisbury.edu.