For the second consecutive year, Temple has been chosen as one of over 500 schools worldwide to stage an all-student benefit production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.”
The production will be performed on campus during the 2003 spring semester.
This performance is part of a global movement to stop violence against women and girls, and to foster enviroments worldwide where women can spend their lives creating and thriving rather than surviving or recovering from violence and atrocities.
Temple’s production is part of the worldwide V-day campaign.
Its goal is to raise awareness and funds for anti-violence groups.
Temple students are needed to stage this production in three areas as it will be primarily run, acted and directed by students.
Any female students interested in reading one of 20 monologues should contact Pamela Freeman at 215-204-7276 to arrange for a reading audition.
This year’s unique feature is the opportunity for two students to write the performances final two pieces.
Organizers are looking for one male and one female student to pen the pieces.
They must be created around this year’s theme, “Envision the World Without Violence.”
In order to make this production a success, both men and women are also needed behind- the-scenes to assist with staging, lighting and sound.
Contact Pamela Freeman at 215-204-7276 if interested.