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'The Vagina Monologues' At Sol Theatre


Make your reservation discounts for Friday May 22 or Saturday May 23 at 8PM

Live On-Stage at Sol Theatre (doors open 30 minutes prior to show time)

The Vagina Monologues
by Eve Ensler 

Starring: Julia Clearwood, Kala Kaminsky, & Cheryl Kirsch
Directed by: Robert Hooker

$20 with reservation, $30 at door

The Vagina Monologues - could be described at this point as an international phenomenon. Since first performed in 1997 in the basement of a café in New York's Greenwich Village, over 800 productions have been staged in over 30 countries.

The Vagina Monologues is alternately hilarious and deeply disturbing. But as important as the serious monologues are (the tribute to Bosnian rape victims, an eyewitness report about the wonder of childbirth) humor is the show's real strength.

The play finds humor in the use of hand mirrors at get-to-know-your-anatomy workshops, an elderly woman's dreams about Burt Reynolds, the indignities of pelvic exams, and one particular four-letter word for vagina that should be a term of endearment and praise, not an insult.

Some monologues, like the story of a young woman who was sexually abused by male relatives, but then found redemption (and intense pleasure) with her first lesbian experience, combine drama and comedy.

In short, the play delivers a clear and powerful message to men and women: people should love their bodies, and most importantly, themselves.

Performance run time: 90 minutes. No intermission.

FYI - Scandalous, Witty, Coarse, and COMPLETELY Hilarious - intended for mature audiences only.

Photos by Steve Shires

Clockwise from top:
Cheryl Kirsch, Kala Kaminsky, Julia Clearwood

Left to right:
Julia Clearwood, Cheryl Kirsch, Kala Kaminsky

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1140 N. Flagler Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304


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