Presenting The Vagina Monologues, Benefitting The FEGS Center for Women and Families


A World without Violence — The Vagina Monologues

3/1 UPDATE: Our event is now sold out. For questions or to be wait-listed, contact Thank you for your support!


One in every four women will experience violence in her lifetime.  In 1994, Eve Ensler created The Vagina Monologues, shattering taboos and raising awareness to stop violence against women. On Monday, March 11, 2013, Ensler’s vision will be continued when The Vagina Monologues  is presented as a benefit for the FEGS Center for Women and Families. The production will take place at the Haft Theater at 7:30PM on the campus of the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, 227 West 27th Street (7th Avenue) NYC.

If you’re not able to attend, but would like to make a donation, please select the FEGS Center for Women and Families designation from our  donation form.

Our Remarkable Cast
Judy Baum, Shira Rose Berk, Lois Kohn-Claar, Lisa Friedman-Clark, Michele Cohen, Joan Cohn, Janet Davis, Shira Epstein, Gayle Gelbard, Marnie Gelfman, Suzanne Gould, Ellen Grossman, Stacy Hoffman, Francine Asher Holtzman, Karen Spar Kasner, Eve Landau, Carol Levin, Florencia Lozano, Heidi Lurensky, Heidi Rieger, Laura Rocklyn, Penny Allyn Rosen, Alexandra Roubeni, Tara Rudes, Tara Stein, Susan Stern, Jill Testa, Samara Solan Weinberg, Diane Wohl, Pamela Wohl, and Carol Wolowitz

Thank you to our growing list of event sponsors!

Jeff and Suzanne Gould and The Gould-Shenfeld Family

Amelia and Daniel Feinberg, M.D.
Tara Rudes & Steven Dann
TD Bank

The Asch Family
Dr. Joan Cohn and Dr. Peter Cohn
Michele and Martin Cohen
Dobkin Family Foundation
Lisa and Richard Perry
Heidi Rieger
Bonnie Roche
Steven J. and Robin Rotter Family Foundation
Alexandra Roubeni
Joseph Stein, Jr. and Family
Tara and Jeffrey Stein
Diane and Howard Wohl
The Carol & Arnold Wolowitz Foundation

About FEGS Health & Human Services

FEGS, one of the nation’s largest and most diversified health and human services organizations, brings together the best resources and people to help individuals achieve greater personal and economic independence. Our network of caring, compassionate, and innovative programs in health and disabilities; home care; housing; employment and workforce; education; and youth and family services, coordinate and provide care and assistance to more than 10,000 people each day, 100,000 people a year — inspiring individuals and families and strengthening communities.

The FEGS Center for Women and Families provides crisis intervention, counseling, help navigating systems and accessing benefits, employment services, financial literacy, education and training, advocacy and linkage to legal assistance around immigration, safety, divorce and child support.