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February 2017 performances – Director Kathryn G. McCarty’s benefit production of Eve Ensler’s
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES
We honor women and girls! We celebrate women and girls!
Please catch a performance or buy a ticket for a friend. Director Kathryn G. McCarty’s benefit production of Eve Ensler’s THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES. V-Day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls.
Lucky me (Teresa LeYung-Ryan) is in the cast!
2 performances in February 2017 – Fri. Feb. 24 at 8:00pm; Sun. Feb. 26 at 3:00pm
55 Eckley Lane, Walnut Creek, CA
Tickets 1-800-838-3006 or http://v-daywalnutcreek.brownpapertickets.com/
Proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood Northern California.
Here’s the Youtube link to view the lovely slideshow that Director Kathryn G. McCarty created in 2010 with Ellen Gailing photos of the cast at Richmond V-Day 2010 Eve Ensler’s THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIs8H2u6lW0
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Love Made of Heart: a daughter–mother love story (used in colleges; recommended by the California School Library Association and the California Reading Association)
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April is National Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month
Wednesday April 7, 2010 Richmond, CA
I went to my second rehearsal tonight of The Vagina Monologues.
I have lines in these 2 sections of the play:
“I Was There In the Room” The lines are beautifully poetic.
Vanessa, Vicki, Natalie, Michelle, Martha and I had a good time saying our lines.
“A teenage Girl’s Guide to Surviving Sex Slavery” I can’t describe to you what this passage is; you have to see the show–Monday April 12, 2010, 7:30pm
Director Kathryn G. McCarty said: “A cast member asked me to include a few words on why I am doing this show. Back in November, I stood with fellow teachers and friends at the Candlelight Vigil for the victim of the Gang Rape in Richmond (a student of mine). A few weeks later, a fellow teacher told me he heard another young woman at our school say ‘I don’t know what the big deal is about rape. It happens to everyone.’
“Everyone? Did I hear this clearly? I wondered what I could do. After some thought, I spoke with several friends & decided The Vagina Monologues was a show that needed to be done.
“We really need help getting the word out about the show, which is a benefit for Community Violence Solutions, a rape crisis center. We would really like to reach young people who might not go to such events – but who will learn from this show. Thanks for your help!”
Director Kathy McCarty is so good with us newbies. We’re all working hard rehearsing, spreading the word about April 12th, and making new friends.
See you at the Craneway Pavillion, 1414 Harbour Way South, in the Marina district of Richmond, CA, convenient to the 580 freeway. www.craneway.com
Tickets at: http://galateanplayers.com “Family Vagina Warrior Discount” The $30.00 online discounted ticket is available April 7 – April 10. If you can’t make it to the show, there is also the “Each One, Reach One” ticket, where you can donate $20 to help sponsor someone else’s coming to the show. $25 for students & seniors. Or https://www.goldstar.com/ for $20 tickets & $5 fee.
Thanks, Elisa Southard, for cheering me on; this newbie likes being an actress.
Thursday, April 8, 2010 third rehearsal. Tonight I remembered 90% of my lines. I had fun. I was deeply moved by the other gals’ deliveries of their lines.
“On April 12, 2010, 7:30pm Women from throughout the East Bay unite to perform Eve Ensler’s award-winning play The Vagina Monologues as a benefit for Community Violence Solutions. V-Day is a global movement and series of consciousness-raising events geared toward ending violence against girls and women worldwide. The Vagina Monologues is based on more than 200 interviews with women. The monologues help give voice to experiences and feelings not traditionally exposed in public.”
Directed by Kathryn G. McCarty a benefit for Community Violence Solutions
In an interview: “Somehow the Craneway Pavillion seems an appropriate venue,” said Clay David, who is helping to produce The Vagina Monologues. The venue is in the Rosie the Riveter National Park, he explained. “The V-Day Movement possesses a very ‘We Can Do It’ grassroots effort. It’s a movement that started small, in colleges throughout the country, and it’s done magnificent work.”
Further information about V-Day: http://www.vday.org
I, Teresa LeYung Ryan, author of Love Made of Heart, help survivors of violence find their own voices through writing.