By Sakinah Manaff
By Alan Hustak
Montrealers will have to wait at least 11 months to see the wildly successful "Vagina Monologues" on home turf.
"The Vagina Monologues" creator opens up
by Julia Bourland
She talks texture. She talks ticklers. She talks about what vaginas would say if they could talk.
Read about The Monologues' Dialogue in the San Francisco Gate.
Los Angeles Times
By F. KATHLEEN FOLEY, Special To The Times
From left, Julianna Margulies, Julie Kavner and Rosie Perez are off-Broadway veterans of "Monologues."
For one night only, stars take a boa for charity.
by Neil Sears and Julia Timms
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The New York Times
The Vagina Monologues’ started 30 minutes late.
"[V-Day is] taking Valentine’s Day, which has been a real exploitation of romance, and making it into a symbol of equal power. That’s important," [Gloria] Steinem said.
Behind a Scarsdale façade of wealth and suburban respectability, [Eve] Ensler endured a traumatic childhood.
[Eve] Ensler is the idea woman behind V-Day 1998, a campaign to end violence against women, which features a benefit performance of her award-winning play ‘The Vagina Monologues’ at the Hammerstei