THE _____________ MONOLOGUES

The ASUW Women’s Action Commission presents the FIRST EVER production of

The ___________ Monologues
previously known as The Vagina Monologues

The ___________ Monologues is an entirely student written and organized production featuring thirteen UW students. Cast members will share personal stories of survival, identity and resistance through a range of performances. As a challenge to the widely-known Vagina Monologues, The ___________ Monologues asserts that people can tell their own stories in their own voices. Please join us for a powerful evening of truth telling.

WHERE: Husky Union Building (HUB) Lyceum
4001 NE Stevens Way Seattle, WA 98195

WHEN: Doors @ 6:30pm, Show @ 7pm
Thursday, February 14th
Friday, February 15th
Saturday, February 16th

TICKETS: $5 w/ UW ID @ HUB Info Desk (starting Monday Feb. 4)
$7 General Public @ BrownPaperTickets (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/323720)

Remaining tickets will be for sale at the door (but we recommend you buy in advance because we will most likely sell out!)
All proceeds will go to an awesome local/campus organization (TBA).
***For any folks unable to pay, free tickets are available, email asuwomn@uw.edu to reserve one. No questions, no class shaming, and no proof required. ♥

Co-sponsored by the Ethnic Cultural Center, The Q Center and The Women’s Center.

Directions and detailed accessibility info here: http://women.asuw.org/monologues/.

**The HUB’s front entrance is wheelchair accessible and the Lyceum is on the first floor, to the right of the main desk, at the end of the hallway.

**We ask that you do not wear scented/fragranced products (e.g. perfume, hair products) or essential oils the day of the event in order to make the event accessible to those with chemical injury or multiple chemical sensitivity. A section of scent-free seating will be available.

**At least one night will be ASL interpreted, most likely Friday. To request a specific night, email asuwomn@uw.edu by February 6th.

asuwomn

About asuwomn

Greetings, y’all! I’m Shelby Handler, the WAC Director for the coming year. Just to tell you a bit of where I’m coming from as an organizer, here are some words that I like to be upfront about in terms of my identity. I’m white, queer, middle-class femme, jewish and hold a lot of able-bodied privilege. I use they/them or she/her gender pronouns. If you are totally confused as to why all these words are listed or what gender pronouns are, don’t hesitate to ask. I’m a senior majoring in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies and Creative Writing. Besides WAC, most of my organizing work has been with Manic Mouth Congress (https://www.facebook.com/manicmouth) and the UW Q Center (http://depts.washington.edu/qcenter/wordpress/). So, all this means that I value and seek to enact: intersectionality, arts activism, accountability, celebration, process-based organizing, brave spaces and critical solidarity. Again, if these fancy words are confusing you, don’t fret, just ask me what’s up.
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