‘The Vagina Monologues’ to be performed four times in February
Culver-Stockton College will be presenting “The Vagina Monologues” in the Mabee Little Theater in the lower level of the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center in February. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, with a 3 p.m.
CANTON, Mo. — Culver-Stockton College will be presenting “The Vagina Monologues” in the Mabee Little Theater in the lower level of the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center in February.
Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, with a 3 p.m. matinee set for Feb. 16.
After conducting interviews with more than 200 women about their own encounters with sex, relationships, and violence, playwright Eve Ensler crafted their experiences into a series of stories designed to raise awareness and anger in reaction to violence against women. She performed these stories herself as monologues in 1996. Subsequent revisions using women of various ages have enhanced awareness of the extent of violence to more than youth.
Faculty and members of the community will join student performers to emphasize the scope of this issue. Dr. Haidee Heaton will direct “The Vagina Monologues,” which contains subject matter
that is adult in nature.
The ensemble cast consists of:
- Krista Barth, a senior English education major from Bloomington, Ill.
- Vanessa Bolen, a senior psychology major from Beardstown, Ill.
- Kaitlyn Conaway, a senior English education and theatre major from Steelville, Mo.
- Courtney Deeds, a senior theater major from Fair Grove, Mo.
- Anna Gabel, a freshman art major from Quincy, Ill.
- Emma Hackett, a freshman art major from Buffalo, Mo.
- Brianna Holder, a junior music education major from Moberly, Mo.
- Rebecca (Bex) Holley, a junior legal studies major from Thomson, Ill.
- Lindsey Miller, a junior English major from Camdenton, Mo.
- Naomi Mosley, a senior business administration major from Urbana, Ill.
- Carly Poteet, a senior elementary education major from Quincy, Ill.
- Sam Scott, a senior psychology and criminal justice major from Metropolis, Ill.
- Shannon Tournear, a junior mathematics education major from Vermont, Ill.
- Dr. Alissa Burger, assistant professor of English at C-SC, will be the narrator. Deeds is the assistant director. Jace Murphy, a freshman theater major from Austin, Texas, will be the stage manager, and the dramaturg will be Kenna Armstrong, a junior history education major from Oquawka, Ill.
Performances are open to the public. Tickets are $10 apiece for adults and $5 for non-C-SC students as part of theatre department and academic and cultural events programming.
Contact the C-SC Fine Arts Office at 573-288-6346 for more information.
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