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Media Coverage

Violence Monologues

Originally published in:
New York Daily News
10/09/2001

As a survivor of violent attacks, playwright Eve Ensler has some advice on how to work through the emotions Americans may be feeling.

Time Magazine: Activist Has Whole World Chanting the V Word

09/17/2001

It took awhile for Eve Ensler to adjust to her nickname.

Calgary Sun: "Monologues Speak Out for Women"

08/27/2001

By Lisa Wilton

The Vagina Monologues is more than a play -- it's become a virtual phenomenon.

The Guardian (London): Letter to the Editor

06/23/2001

"Yes, we feel good about our vaginas"

By Eve Ensler, Writer of "The Vagina Monologues"

Wig Magazine: "The Vagina Monologues: Too Female-genitalia-friendly for Theater? Not from this Actor's Point of View"

05/21/2001

By Katreen Hardt

The first time I came across Eve Ensler's "The Vagina
Monologues" was in a bookstore in New York City's East
Village sometime in 1998. I was on the lookout for a new

The Chronicle of Philanthropy: "Staging an End to Abuse"

04/19/2001

Playwright uses art, philanthropy to fight violence
against women

By Nicole Lewis

Boston Herald: "Paying Lip Service to Sexuality: `Monologues' Both Funny, Triumphant"

03/21/2001

By Terry Bryne

Eve Ensler begins cautiously.

Eve Ensler relates 'The Vagina Monologues' at the Wilbur
Theater.
Dressed in a simple, form-fitting black dress with
spaghetti straps,