Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Tucson: V-Day U of A 2006 / Directed by Bevan Brunelle Bluemer

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THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES - Written by Eve Ensler Directed by Bevan Brunelle

Liberating the University of Arizona Campus and Tucson on February 16th,
17th and 18th 7:30 PM in Social Science 100 Tickets Available on Campus Mall
or at the Door Reserve Tickets by E-Mail : / Pick-Up by
7:00 PM Minimum Donation : $8 Student / $10 General / $5 Per for Groups of
15+ Wear RED to show your support / Make VAGINA FRIENDLY Signs!

Silent Art Action and special gift drawing at each performance!

Pre-show entertainment presented by HADIA SAHARA - Tucson's Ethno-Modern
World Dance Experience!

Special Comfort Women presentation by Professor Gail Bernstein of the U of A
History Department on Friday the 17th!

Special Taiko Drumming Performance on Saturday the 18th - Odiako Sonora!

Get a Free Gift if You Bring a Box of Tampons or Pads for Donation to a
Shelter All Proceeds Benefit the UA Oasis Program and the Comfort Women of
WWII Fund Last year, $10,000 was raised to be donated---Let's make is
$20,000 this year!!!

Presented by The Network of Feminist Student Activists at the University of

Do you know a courageous woman or man who stands up for the rights of women
everywhere? Do you know a Vagina Warrior, someone who asserts their beliefs
with firmness and compassion? Honor them at this year's showing of "The
Vagina Monologues" on the U of A campus! This year's theme is "Vagina
Warrior: A New Revolution!"

Eve Ensler, author of "The Vagina Monologues," describes Vagina Warriors by
saying: "They are fierce, obsessed, can't be stopped, driven. They are no
longer beholden to social customs or inhibited by taboos. They are not
afraid to be alone, not afraid to be ridiculed or attacked.
They are often willing to face anything for the safety and freedom of
They love to dance. They are directed by vision, not ruled by ideology.
are citizens of the world. They cherish humanity over nationhood."

These individuals deserve our honor and acclaim. The Network of Feminist
Student Activists will recognize local Vagina Warriors at this year's
benefit production of "The Vagina Monologues." Each Vagina Warrior will
receive a certificate recognizing her (or his!) dedication and free
admission to the show. Please send your nomination with a brief explanation
to by Friday, February 10. Shows are February 16, 17,
at 7:30 pm in Social Sciences 100. Tickets are on sale on the mall this
week and next. Email for more information.

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