The idea of women talking openly about their vaginas may startle some people, but students involved with this year's performance of "The Vagina Monologues" find it empowering. The event will be held in the Russell Miller Theatre at p. The event will be hosted by the Gender and Women's Studies program, and admission is seven dollars.
Mere feet in front of me, a confident, talented, inspiring woman stood on stage, moaning before the audience in the William Pitt Union. She was holding a flogger in her hands and wearing nothing but red underpants, a garter belt and a blue blazer. Vaginas, while not the essence or even a necessary part of being a woman, are mysteries to most people — even to those who have one.
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PostSecret: The Show is an immersive, poignant journey through the humor and humanity of the personal stories we keep to ourselves, and on rare occasions, share with others. Projected images, videos, three actors and a guitarist guide the audience through crowd-sourced narratives revealing the true stories behind the secrets. See the hopeful, shocking, painful and sexual secrets that brought hundreds of millions to the PostSecret blog, became six best-selling books and are currently in a Smithsonian art exhibition. Frank Warren, internet phenomenon and recipient of the Mental Health Advocacy Lifetime Achievement Award, collaborated with an award-winning team of theatre professionals to bring PostSecret to life, theatrically, for the first time.
The independent student newspaper of the University of Pittsburgh PIttnews. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale announced Thursday that he and his staff have started taking measures to perform an audit on the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority. After a water scare Feb.
She would like to thank her mother, who lives in California, for never missing a performance, and her family for all of their love and support. She moved to Los Angeles with her family when she was After years of working in management in corporate America and running her own business, Debbie decided pursue her interest in performing.
The scene featured the actresses fully clothed but physically alluding to bending over on a mat with a mirror to examine themselves. As they spoke, they described the process as freeing yet scary, displaying an otherwise intimately personal moment in front of a room full of people. The monologue used imagery to convey physical and mental pain, at one point referencing thorns used to stitch the vagina together.
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