The annual production of The Vagina Monologue (V-day) was recently held in the FM Theater. There was a full house of male and female, mainly females.
Math Professor Sonnet Gravina was the producer of The Vagina Monologue.
This is the third performance FM has put together for The Vagina Monologue, introduced by activist and author Eve Ensler.
The casts were all students, faculty, and staff member of Fulton Montgomery Community College. The colors worn during the performance were red and black.
Ensler the author of “The Vagina Monologue” is based on how she gathered 200 interviews and turned it into something significant. According to V-day.org, Ensler experience performing “The Vagina Monologue “ inspired her to develop V-day.
V-day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls. V-day movement has spread so much awareness that they were named “100 best charities” in one of Worth Magazine. V-day movement has even raised over $800 million.
FM’s version of “The Vagina Monologue” was also for a good cause to spreading awareness and funding to the victims of domestic violence and abuse. According to fmcc.edu, two annual supporters are The Family Counseling Center of Fulton County and Montgomery County Domestic Violence & Crime Victim Services.