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Brad Beach directed The Vagina Monologues for FAMDA as a prelude to the 2017 Prom Coast Seachange Festival.
Six talented women delivered these inspirational and provocative monologues
Dianne Berryman, Nicole Cooper, Cindy Hasthorpe
Laura Muranty, Alison McIntyre & Hadassah Wanstall
Director – Brad Beach
Set Design – Colin Mitchell
Production Manager – Kay Lancefield
Stage Manager – Tania Pell
Lighting Design & Operation – Andrew Oldroyd
Costume Design – Colin Mitchell
Make-Up Design – Tania Pell
Set Construction – Peter Clyne, Graeme Green & Men’s Shed Crew
…………………….. Ben Cooper, Andrew Oldroyd
Set Painting – Colin Mitchell, Arie Bos
Front of House Manager – Edwin Coad
Venue Box Office – Jennifer Paragreen, Noel Stringer
Photography – Robert Paragreen, Ben Cooper
Publicity, Marketing & Programme – Jennifer Paragreen
The Vagina Monologues is a play written by the American writer and actor, Eve Ensler who was inspired by interviews with hundreds of women worldwide in her research and originally performed all the monologues herself in a compelling one woman show.
Despite the rather confronting title, The Vagina Monologues is spellbinding, funny and at times incredibly moving.
The project is designed to be equal parts entertaining, informative and empowering – and above all, to send a strong message about violence against women.
An episodic play, The Vagina Monologues was first staged in 1996 at the Westside Theatre in New York where Charles Isherwood of The New York Times called it “probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade.”
The Vagina Monologues is made up of several monologues selected from dozens written by Eve Ensler over the years.
Each monologue deals with an aspect of the feminine experience, touching on matters such as sex, love, rape, menstruation, orgasm and birth.
A recurring theme throughout the show is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment, the ultimate embodiment of individuality and also that violence against women should never be condoned.
FAMDA staged this thought-provoking production directed by Brad Beach in the lead up to the 2017 Prom Coast Seachange Festival.
2 big weekends with an amazing variety of events
March 24 – 26 & March 31- April 2
For more information about this powerful show check out:
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES – EVE ENSLER