Synopses & Reviews
- The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler's Obie Award-winning play, has sold half a million copies worldwide. Ensler also received a Guggenheim Fellowship in Playwriting in 1999.
- Tenneson's photographs of celebrity "Warriors" are used in Ensler's massive V-Day ad campaign. Approximately 500 to 700 local events are scheduled in the US and internationally.
- A print and television campaign, featuring celebrities and activist subjects photographed by Joyce Tenneson articulating their vision of a world without violence, has run in nearly 20 national magazines, including Time, O, Marie Claire, Bazaar, Redbook, CosmoGirl!, and Good Housekeeping, and is still running in Esquire, Town & Country, and New Parent. The ads will continue to run through 2005.
- Corporate sponsors of V-Day include Dramatist Play Service, Eileen Fisher, Eziba, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Hearst Magazines, Julie Haus Handbags, Lifetime Television, Liz Claiborne, Luna Bar, Marie Claire, Organon Pharmaceuticals, Paula Dorf, Tampax, Time Inc., Vosges, and Bobbi Brown.
From the creator of "The Vagina Monologues" comes a call to arms to stop violence against women and girls around the world. The book features Ensler's essay along with Tenneson's photos of celebrity "Warriors," with powerful statements and quotations from the subjects.
A call to arms in the campaign to stop violence against women and girls around the world, this unique collaboration between playwright/activist/V-Day founder Eve Ensler and world-renowned photographer Joyce Tenneson includes 87 duotone photos of celebrities and others committed to the cause.