Topic: Jill Eichhorn
Clarksville, TN – Eve Ensler’s touching, often hilarious series of monologues about women and performed by women has played to packed houses around the country, and the‘s production of “The Vagina Monologues” — beginning its eleventh year on Friday, January 11th, at 8:00pm — is no exception.
Leslie Greene and Adriane Wiley-Hatfield are joined by a different guest actor each week in readings of these monologues based on interviews Eve Ensler conducted with 200 women about their views on sex, relationships, and violence against women.
Clarksville, TN – A group of sevenfaculty members recently completed a new program at the school aimed at promoting excellence in teaching.
The APSU Office of Academic Affairs, the Title III Center for Teaching and Learning and the APSU Center for Extended and Distance Education recently co-sponsored the Faculty Teaching Program, which solicited a diverse group of top applicants from throughout APSU’s different colleges and academic departments.
Austin Peay State University Women’s and Gender Studies program presents “The Vagina Monologues” March 27th and 28th
Clarksville, TN – This month, theWomen’s and Gender Studies Program, the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance and V-Day are celebrating 11 years of producing Eve Ensler’s award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues.”
The show will be performed at 7:00pm on March 27th and 28th in Clement Auditorium. Tickets are $5.00. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Eve Ensler’s touching, often hilarious series of monologues about women and performed by women has played to packed houses around the country, and the ‘s production of “The Vagina Monologues”, opening January 6th at 8:00pm, is no exception.
Clarksville, TN – TheWomen’s and Gender Studies Program will celebrate 10 years of producing Eve Ensler’s award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues” next week.
The show, also sponsored by the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance at APSU and the V-Day national effort, will be performed at 7:00pm, March 30th and 31st in Clement Auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 each. «Read the rest of this article»
“This boy is ignorance. This girl is want. Beware of them both, and all of their degree. But, beware of the boy most.”- The Ghost of Christmas Present in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
I visited with her at least once a month over the last few years. To say “a ripple” is not meant as a slight, but rather it is apropos since her many years administering the Bookmobile for this and our surrounding counties was like the proverbial pebble tossed in the still pool of ignorance. The ripple her life made spread far and wide, rejuvenating the water and cultivating minds, offering books for pleasure, knowledge, escape and that special kind of solace that only a good book can offer. «Read the rest of this article»
Eve Ensler’s touching, often hilarious series of monologues about women and performed by women has played to packed houses around the country, and the Roxy production is no exception. This year’s series will star Faith Boles and Roslyn Seale, with guest performances by Amber Wallace (week one), Jill Eichhorn (week two), Melissa Schaffner (week three), Paige King (week four) and Kate Smith (week five). «Read the rest of this article»
Last year, more than 4,200 communities hosted V-Day benefits around the world, raising funds and awareness toward ending violence against women. These highly successful events raised more than $4 million through performance of “The Vagina Monologues,” readings from V-Day’s “A Memory, A Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer” and “Any One of Us: Words From Prison” and screenings of V-Day’s documentary “Until the Violence Stops.” APSU has joined this global movement as part of the V-Day 2010 College Campaign. «Read the rest of this article»
Once again Haunting History was a great success. Haunting History just finished its tenth year of performing skits inside the cave and bringing the public in to see them. The dreariness of Friday’s weather did not stop 205 people from coming to go into the cave. Saturday brought 341 people. We had the event earlier in the month than usual because studies by APSU show that the bats begin their hibernation right on/around October 31. Two weeks earlier is a safer time to be making noise in the cave.
The Roxy Regional School of the Arts gave us 11 actors to do our three skits in the cave with Brendan Cataldo as their director. The Roxy Theatre also gave us a delightful gatekeeper.
will advocate those who have been affected by acts of sexual violence with the Clothesline Project. The event is open to the public and takes place at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Morgan University Center Plaza.
The Clothesline Project is an international event that bears witness to the effects of sexual violence in the community. The project gives its participants the opportunity to print T-shirts in honor of men and women who are survivors of sexual and domestic violence. These shirts will be displayed on a clothesline to raise awareness of the impact violence has on the community.
The Clothesline Project (CLP) originated on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in 1990, and was designed to address the issue of violence against women. Women affected by violence express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women. Locally the Clothesline Project has also been displayed at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Library. «Read the rest of this article»
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