“An intimate, surprising and touching tale.” - Variety

“Powerful and uplifting.” - Newsday

“Eve Ensler is smart, funny and fearless.” - Entertainment Weekly

“Dazzling, revelatory and hilarious.” - Deadline

“An intimate, surprising and touching tale.”

- Variety

About

The Tony Award®-winning author, performer and activist Eve Ensler, whose The Vagina Monologues is an international sensation, comes to MTC with a powerful new play based on her critically acclaimed memoir. While working with women suffering from the ravages of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ensler was stunned by a life-threatening diagnosis. Told with her signature brand of humor,

Directing this bold, unflinching and inspiring piece is Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Waitress, Pippin).

In the Body of the World is an American Repertory Theater production.

Additional support for In the Body of the World is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Tuesday, February 27 following the 7PM performance

Talkback with Paula Allen (Documentary Photographer), James Lescene ( Founder of the Trevor Project), Tony Montenieri (Producer for Eve Ensler)

Paula Allen is a documentary photographer activist, author and educator. Her photographs are used to promote human rights throughout the world. She has traveled to Iraq, Haiti, Afghanistan, N. Ireland, The Balkans, The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Cuba and Kenya. One of her primary focuses has been to record the invisible stories of women’s courage and determination, producing books, lectures and exhibits based on her long-term documentary projects such as: the women of Calama, Chile, who searched the desert for 17 years for their men who were executed and disappeared after the 1973 coup and the building of the City of Joy, in Bukavu, the DRC, for women survivors of sexual violence (for V-Day). Paula has been traveling and collaborating and resisting and rising with Eve Ensler for over three decades.

James Lecesne wrote the short film TREVOR, which won the 1995 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short and inspired the founding of The Trevor Project, the only nationwide 24-hour suicide prevention and crisis intervention Lifeline for LGBT and Questioning youth. His own solo shows, One Man Band, Word of Mouth (Drama Desk, Outer Critic Circle Awards) was directed by Eve Ensler, and she also directed him in EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES, a performance piece which she created for him in 1995.  He has written three novels for young adults, and created The Letter Q, a collection of letters by Queer writers to their younger selves. Lecesne was the executive producer of After The Storm, a feature length documentary film about 12 young people living in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. He was a writer for Will & Grace, a story consultant for Vicious and he collaborated with Armistead Maupin on Further Tales of the City for Showtime (Emmy nomination). An actor as well as a writer, James has appeared on and Off Broadway in THE BEST MAN, Cloud 9, Boys in the Band and in his most recent solo show, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (Outer Critics Circle Award). The New York Times has ranked him as “one of the most talented solo performers of his (or any) generation.”

Tony Montenieri has worked with Eve Ensler and V-Day, the global grassroots movement to end violence against women and girls, for 15 years. He has served in various roles for both Ensler and V-Day and currently is the Director of her production company, Lotus Productions, while also serving as V-Day’s Acting Campaigns Director.  In his tenure with Ensler, he has worked both on and off-Broadway, most recently associate producing her play Emotional Creature, The Secret Life of Girls Around the World at the Signature Theatre. He is slated to receive an M.A. in Arts Administration from Goucher College in June.


This talkback will be moderated by Awoye Timpo (MTC Discussion Leader). 

Awoye Timpo (Director). Credits include: The Homecoming Queen (Atlantic Theater), Skeleton Crew (Chester Theater), Sister Son/ji (Billie Holiday Theater), Carnaval (National Black Theatre), Ndebele Funeral (59E59, South African tour, Edinburgh Festival); The Libation Bearers (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Araby (La MaMa), In the Continuum (Juilliard); Clybourne Park (Farmers Alley), The Vanished (Novisi). Producer: CLASSIX, a reading series exploring classic plays by Black playwrights. Broadway: Associate Director, Jitney; Assistant Director, Shuffle Along. Other: ABC/Disney, Cherry Lane, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Ma-Yi, New Dramatists, NOW Africa, Page 73, PEN World Voices, Rising Circle, Royal Shakespeare Company, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and WNYC.

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Thursday, March 1 following the 8PM performance

Talkback with Cynthia Nixon (Tony Award-winning Actress and Activist)

Cynthia Nixon has appeared in over 40 plays – 13 on Broadway – earning two Tony Awards. She earned a Grammy for her recording of An Inconvenient Truth and Emmy and SAG awards for starring in HBO’s Sex and the City. In 2017 she received rave reviews for her portrayal of Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies’ biopic A Quiet Passion and starred in Marc Webb’s The Only Boy Living in New York .  She recently filmed Love Comes Later in which she plays a Polish émigré. Nixon lives in New York with her wife Christine Marinoni. They have three children: Sam, Charlie and Max.

Photo credit: Maarten De Boer


This talkback will be moderated by Awoye Timpo (MTC Discussion Leader). 

Awoye Timpo (Director). Credits include: The Homecoming Queen (Atlantic Theater), Skeleton Crew (Chester Theater), Sister Son/ji (Billie Holiday Theater), Carnaval (National Black Theatre), Ndebele Funeral (59E59, South African tour, Edinburgh Festival); The Libation Bearers (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Araby (La MaMa), In the Continuum (Juilliard); Clybourne Park (Farmers Alley), The Vanished (Novisi). Producer: CLASSIX, a reading series exploring classic plays by Black playwrights. Broadway: Associate Director, Jitney; Assistant Director, Shuffle Along. Other: ABC/Disney, Cherry Lane, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Ma-Yi, New Dramatists, NOW Africa, Page 73, PEN World Voices, Rising Circle, Royal Shakespeare Company, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and WNYC.

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Saturday, March 3 following the 2PM performance

Talkback with Dr. Carla Boutin-Foster (Primary Care Physician)

Dr. Carla Boutin-Foster graduated from Downstate Medical College and completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at the New York Presbyterian Hospital of Weill Cornell Medical Center. She received the inaugural Nanette Laitman Clinical Scholar in Public Health and Community Health award. She was the recipient of the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. As a Haitian-born immigrant and physician, she is dedicated to improving the health of the Caribbean community by tapping into the unique cultural richness and resources of the Caribbean communities and other immigrant communities.


This talkback will be moderated by Awoye Timpo (MTC Discussion Leader). 

Awoye Timpo (Director). Credits include: The Homecoming Queen (Atlantic Theater), Skeleton Crew (Chester Theater), Sister Son/ji (Billie Holiday Theater), Carnaval (National Black Theatre), Ndebele Funeral (59E59, South African tour, Edinburgh Festival); The Libation Bearers (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Araby (La MaMa), In the Continuum (Juilliard); Clybourne Park (Farmers Alley), The Vanished (Novisi). Producer: CLASSIX, a reading series exploring classic plays by Black playwrights. Broadway: Associate Director, Jitney; Assistant Director, Shuffle Along. Other: ABC/Disney, Cherry Lane, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Ma-Yi, New Dramatists, NOW Africa, Page 73, PEN World Voices, Rising Circle, Royal Shakespeare Company, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and WNYC.

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Sunday, March 4 following the 2PM performance

Talkback with Dr. Sue Grand (Psychotherapist)

Dr. Sue Grand is faculty and supervisor at the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; faculty, the trauma program at the National institute for psychotherapies; faculty, the Mitchell center for Relational Psychoanalysis; fellow at the Institute for Psychology and the Other. She is the author of The reproduction of Evil: A clinical and Cultural Perspective and The Hero in the Mirror: From Fear to Fortitude; co-editor of the Wounds of History and also of Trans-generational Trauma and the Other; co-editor of the forthcoming books, De-Centering Relational Psychoanalysis and De-Idealizing Relational Psychoanalysis. She is an assoc editor of the Psychoanalytic Dialogues and of Psychoanalysis Culture and Society. She is in private practice in NYC and in Teaneck NJ.


This talkback will be moderated by Sammi Cannold (Associate Director of In the Body of the World)

Sammi Cannold is the Associate Director of In the Body of the World and also recently served as the associate director of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (dir. Rachel Chavkin) on Broadway. Recent directing credits include Ragtime on Ellis Island and Violet on a moving bus at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) as well as concerts and workshops at A.R.T., 54 Below, Playwrights Realm, New York Theatre Barn, and Primary Stages. She has also served as an A.R.T. Artistic Fellow and a Sundance Institute Fellow. Sammi holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. from Harvard University. www.sammicannold.com.

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Thursday, March 8 following the 8PM performance

Talkback with Diane Paulus (Director)

Diane Paulus is the Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, and was selected for the 2014 TIME 100, TIME Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. A.R.T.: Eve Ensler’s In the Body of the WorldWaitress (currently on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theater), Crossing (a new American opera with music and libretto by Matt Aucoin), Finding Neverland (currently on the first National tour), Witness UgandaPippin (Tony Award, Best Revival and Best Director), The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Tony Award, Best Revival, NAACP Award, Best Direction), Prometheus Bound, Death and the Powers: The Robots’ OperaBest of Both WorldsJohnny BaseballThe Donkey Show. Her other recent work includes Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna, currently on tour in Europe, Invisible Thread at Second Stage, The Public Theater’s Tony Award-winning revival of HAIR on Broadway and London’s West End. As an opera director, her credits include The Magic Flute, the complete Monteverdi cycle, and the trio of Mozart-Da Ponte operas, among others. Diane is Professor of the Practice of Theater in Harvard University’s English Department. She was selected as one of Variety’s “Trailblazing Women in Entertainment for 2014” and Boston Magazine’s “50 Thought Leaders of 2014.”


This talkback will be moderated by Sammi Cannold (Associate Director of In the Body of the World)

Sammi Cannold is the Associate Director of In the Body of the World and also recently served as the associate director of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (dir. Rachel Chavkin) on Broadway. Recent directing credits include Ragtime on Ellis Island and Violet on a moving bus at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) as well as concerts and workshops at A.R.T., 54 Below, Playwrights Realm, New York Theatre Barn, and Primary Stages. She has also served as an A.R.T. Artistic Fellow and a Sundance Institute Fellow. Sammi holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. from Harvard University. www.sammicannold.com.

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Tuesday, March 13 following the 7PM performance

Talkback with Sarah Bou-Rhodes ( Doctors Without Borders DRC HR Career Manager) & Julia Sobol, M.D. (Program Director for the International Anesthesiology Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center)

 

Doctors Without Borders – Sarah Bou-Rhodes began her field work with MSF, an international medical humanitarian organization, in 2012. She started as an administrator working in a series of refugee camps in South Sudan and in a hospital in southern Afghanistan. During her most recent missions she worked in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Iraq as a capital-based HR coordinator, developing and implementing field HR policies. She currently works with MSF in New York as a career manager, placing staff in assignments worldwide. She holds a BA in International Studies with Political Science and an MA in Conflict Studies and Peacebuilding.

Dr. Julia Sobol has always been passionate about international health. After shadowing in health clinics in Argentina, India, and Costa Rica during medical school, she received a Master’s in Public Health. She then completed anesthesiology residency and critical care fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). She participated in medical trips to Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Thailand. Dr. Sobol helped teach anesthesiology providers in Malawi. In addition, she worked with Doctors Without Borders in Nigeria for two months in a maternal health project. She is now the Program Director for the International Anesthesiology Fellowship in the Department of Anesthesiology at CUMC.


 

This talkback will be moderated by Awoye Timpo (MTC Discussion Leader). 

Awoye Timpo (Director). Credits include: The Homecoming Queen (Atlantic Theater), Skeleton Crew (Chester Theater), Sister Son/ji (Billie Holiday Theater), Carnaval (National Black Theatre), Ndebele Funeral (59E59, South African tour, Edinburgh Festival); The Libation Bearers (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Araby (La MaMa), In the Continuum (Juilliard); Clybourne Park (Farmers Alley), The Vanished (Novisi). Producer: CLASSIX, a reading series exploring classic plays by Black playwrights. Broadway: Associate Director, Jitney; Assistant Director, Shuffle Along. Other: ABC/Disney, Cherry Lane, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Ma-Yi, New Dramatists, NOW Africa, Page 73, PEN World Voices, Rising Circle, Royal Shakespeare Company, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and WNYC.

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Saturday, March 17 following the 2PM performance

Talkback with Kimberlé Crenshaw (Civil Right Advocate, Columbia and UCLA Professor of Law)

Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, is a leading authority on Civil Rights, Black feminist legal theory, Critical Race Theory, and race, racism and the law. Crenshaw’s groundbreaking work on “Intersectionality” has traveled globally and was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution. Crenshaw is the co-founder and Executive Director of the African American Policy Forum, a gender and racial justice legal thinktank, and the founder and Executive Director of the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia Law School.


This talkback will be moderated by Sammi Cannold (Associate Director of In the Body of the World)

Sammi Cannold is the Associate Director of In the Body of the World and also recently served as the associate director of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (dir. Rachel Chavkin) on Broadway. Recent directing credits include Ragtime on Ellis Island and Violet on a moving bus at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) as well as concerts and workshops at A.R.T., 54 Below, Playwrights Realm, New York Theatre Barn, and Primary Stages. She has also served as an A.R.T. Artistic Fellow and a Sundance Institute Fellow. Sammi holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. from Harvard University. www.sammicannold.com.

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Thursday, March 20 following the 7PM performance

Talkback with Susan Celia Swan (Executive Director, V-Day) & Purva Panday Cullman (Senior Programs Director, V-Day)

Susan Celia Swan has been with V-Day since its inception in 1998 as a member of the original team to help playwright Eve Ensler found and create the organization. Her efforts have been integral to the development of the movement, which grew from a one-night benefit event to a wide-ranging global non-profit with a presence in over 200 countries. V-Day campaigns have educated communities, changed laws to protect women and girls, and raised well over $100 million in urgently needed funds for groups working to end violence and serve survivors and their families. Susan oversees all aspects of V-Day, including its work with One Billion Rising and City of Joy, creative development including new films, events and art pieces, as well as campaigns, finance/development, and communications.

Her previous posts include senior executive roles in communications and new media at Sony Music Entertainment and Atlantic Records. It was there that she helped recording artist Tori Amos launch RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network), which is now the leading hotline and provider of services to women and girls in the United States. A native of the East Coast, Susan graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University with a BA in Political Science, and has taken graduate film courses at The New School. Art and activism have been a passion and thread throughout her career, beginning in college with internships at MTV and Amnesty International. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of V-Day and Feminist.com, of which she is a founder. Susan lives in San Francisco with her partner Chris and daughter Jett.

Purva Panday Cullman is Senior Programs Director at V-Day, where she oversees program development and growth, fundraises around the world, establishes partnerships, and coordinates grants. She first joined the organization in 2007 to help launch the campaign STOP RAPING OUR GREATEST RESOURCE, which resulted in the establishment of City of Joy, a revolutionary leadership center for survivors of gender-based violence in Eastern Congo. Purva has been essential to many of V-Day’s other programs, including the global spotlight campaigns, safe house network, and initiatives in response to natural disasters, such as the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina.

Purva’s career has been devoted to social justice. She was a Program Officer for Safety and Youth at Ms. Foundation for Women, where she worked on a feminist movement-building project, convened the Gender, Youth & Safety symposium, and oversaw grant-making in the safety and youth areas. She also served as the Acting Executive Director of Lower Eastside Girls Club, where she ran anti-violence programs for girls in East Harlem, trained NYC teachers and youth workers on best practices for girls’ programming, and convened a symposium on sexual harassment in public schools at Barnard. Purva is an advisory board member at Malaika, an organization that runs a girls’ school in rural Congo. She lives in Brooklyn with her two young children and husband, filmmaker Sam Cullman.


This talkback will be moderated by Sammi Cannold (Associate Director of In the Body of the World)

Sammi Cannold is the Associate Director of In the Body of the World and also recently served as the associate director of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (dir. Rachel Chavkin) on Broadway. Recent directing credits include Ragtime on Ellis Island and Violet on a moving bus at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) as well as concerts and workshops at A.R.T., 54 Below, Playwrights Realm, New York Theatre Barn, and Primary Stages. She has also served as an A.R.T. Artistic Fellow and a Sundance Institute Fellow. Sammi holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. from Harvard University. www.sammicannold.com.

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BEYOND THE STAGE Post-Show Talkback Series:

Following select performances of In the Body of the World, audience members are invited to attend ‘Beyond the Stage’, a series of curated post-show discussions led by a group of artists, medical professionals, scholars and activists in support of the play. Special Guest Speakers include Cynthia Nixon (Tony Award-winning Actress, Activist), Christine “Mama C” Schuler Deschryver (Director of City of Joy and V-Day Congo), Mayo Clinic Oncologists, Valisia LeKae (Broadway Performer, Motown The Musical), and more. The discussions are free of charge and are open to anyone attending that performance. Schedule is subject to change.

MTC thanks Jan Warner, who is supporting the Beyond the Stage talkback series in memory of her husband, Arthur Warner.

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In the Body of the World runs 1 hour, 20 minutes, with no intermission.

Click here for a seating chart Stage I seats 300. All seats are on Orchestra level—all seating accessible by elevator. For more information on accessibility, please click here.

Please note: In the Body of the World contains mature content and is not recommended for children under 13.

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“Dazzling, revelatory and hilarious.”

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Bios

EVE ENSLER Writer, Performer

Eve Ensler is the Tony Award winning playwright, activist, performer and author of the theatrical Obie Award winning phenomenon, The Vagina Monologues, published in 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries. Ms. Ensler’s plays include Floating Rhoda and the Glue Man, Extraordinary Measures, Necessary Targets, OPC, The Good Body, and Emotional Creature. Her books include Insecure At Last: A Political Memoir; New York Times bestseller I Am An Emotional Creature; and her latest critically acclaimed memoir In the Body of the World which she recently adapted, debuted and performed at the American Repertory Theater to rave reviews directed by Diane Paulus. Her play Fruit Trilogy was performed at the Women of the World Festival in London and The West Yorkshire Playhouse in March of 2016. Her film credits include an HBO film version of The Vagina Monologues (2002). She also produced the film What I Want My Words to Do to You, a documentary about the writing group she led at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women. The film premiered and won the Freedom of Expression Award at Sundance Film Festival and premiered nationally on PBS’s “P.O.V.” in December 2003. She recently co-directed the documentary short One Billion Rising which premiered in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Ms. Ensler is founder of V-Day, the almost 20-year-old global activist movement to end violence against women and girls which has raised over 100 million dollars. V-Day, led Ms. Ensler to also found One Billion Rising, the biggest global mass action to end violence against women in human history in over 200 countries. She writes for The Guardian, Time Magazine, and the International Herald Tribune. She was named one of Newsweek’s “150 Women Who Changed the World” and The Guardian’s “100 Most Influential Women.”

Headshot by Jeff Vespa.

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“Powerful and uplifting.”

- Newsday

Photos & Videos

In The Body of the World - TV Spot

In the Body of the World: About the Show

Video Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Diane Paulus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Beyond the Stage: Recordings.

The Beyond the Stage talkback series features post-show discussions with a group of artists, medical professionals, scholars and activists at over 20 performances of In the Body of the World. Audio or video recordings of talkbacks will be uploaded here a few days afterwards, so you can share a great talkback with others, or tune in to one that you missed.

Video Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Christine "Mama C" Schuler Deschryver & Eve Ensler

Video Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Diane Paulus

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Cherie Henderson & Sandra Spannan

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Letty Cottin Pogrebin & Carol Jenkins

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Monique Wilson

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with the Mayo Clinic Oncologists

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Jill Johnson and Diane Paulus

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Carol Gilligan & Bessel van der Kolk

Audio Recording: Beyond the Stage Talkback with Myung Hee Cho

“Eve Ensler is smart, funny
and fearless.”

- Entertainment Weekly