The Vagina Monologues: A Valentine’s Tradition at SMU

February 14, 2010  

Students and volunteers sell tickets to a performance of the Vagina Monologues on Saturday night at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. Students from SMU present the Vagina V-Day Monologues as part of a campaign to raise awareness and support to local organizations working to end the violence against women and girls. (PHOTO BY PETYA KERTIKOVA / THE DAILY MUSTANG)

Students and volunteers sell tickets to a performance of the Vagina Monologues on Saturday night at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. Students from SMU present the Vagina V-Day Monologues as part of a campaign to raise awareness and support to local organizations working to end the violence against women and girls. (PHOTO BY PETYA KERTIKOVA / THE DAILY MUSTANG)

SMU hosted two performance of Eve Ensler’s Obie Award-winning play “The Vagina Monologues” this weekend at SMU.

The performances, held Friday and Saturday night, were a part of the 2010 V-Day College Campaign, an organization founded by Ensler that promotes ending violence against women and girls throughout the world. The proceeds from SMU’s production will benefit local charities working to prevent violence against women, as well as a local domestic violence shelter.

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