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The Guardian (London): Letter to the Editor


"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"


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"


Playwright uses art, philanthropy to fight violence
against women

By Nicole Lewis

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


By Terry Bryne

Eve Ensler begins cautiously.

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

Boston Globe: "The Men Who Dared Are Pleased"


Females flock to 'Vagina,' but other half finds
illumination, too

By Joan Anderman, Globe Staff

They were there.

The Brave. The Few. The men in the audience at ''The Vagina

Boston Globe: 'Vagina' Has Hope, Humor


By Maureen Dezell, Globe Staff

Eve Ensler interviewed 200 women for "The Vagina Monologues."

"If your vagina got dressed, what would it wear?"

Boston Herald: "V is for, um, well, victory; `Monologues' brings pleasure to many"


by Terry Byrne
Eve Ensler is just back from Bulgaria.

"Bulgaria," she says from her home in New York. "Can you