About The Vagina Monologues

From playwright Eve Ensler's website: "Published in over 48 languages, performed in over 140 countries and recently heralded by The New York Times as one of the most important plays of the past 25 years: Ensler’s hilarious, eye-opening tour into the last frontier, the forbidden zone at the heart of every woman. A show that’s rocked audiences around the world, this groundbreaking piece gives voice to a chorus of lusty, outrageous, poignant, and thoroughly human stories, transforming the question mark hovering over the anatomy into a permanent victory sign. With laughter and compassion, Ensler transports her audiences to a world we’ve never dared to know, guaranteeing that no one who reads The Vagina Monologues will ever look at a woman’s body the same way again.

Performing The Vagina Monologues inspired her to create V-Day, the 22-year-old global activist movement to end violence against all women (cisgender and transgender), those who hold fluid identities, nonbinary people, girls and the planet. "

Please note that The Vagina Monologues contains strong language and tackles difficult and mature subject matter such as rape, sexual violence, masturbation, sexual situations, and other mature themes. View Discretion is advised. 

Barre Players

Barre Players is a rural, non-profit, community theater committed to staging quality, affordable theatrical productions. Our theater is located on the historic common at 64 Common Street in Barre, Massachusetts. 

We are a diverse group of individuals with a variety of interests. Our common bond is the desire to be involved in some way - directly or indirectly - in theatrical productions. New members are always welcome and appreciated. Our members and patrons come from many towns, primarily in the central Massachusetts area. 

Our theater is air conditioned, wheelchair accessible, and features elevated seating.