The 5 most powerful moments in The Vagina Monologues

Ever since its debut in 1996, The Vagina Monologues has been performed all over the world. Once you’ve watched it live, it’s not hard to see why. After all, very few pieces of theatre have managed to blend drama and comedy this beautifully. What’s better? No matter who you are or where you come from, The Vagina Monologues has at least one story you can relate to. Can’t wait to witness this powerful act in Gurgaon? Here are 5 amazing moments that you can look forward to:

Almost every woman has been subjected to catcalling and lewd comments. No matter how much society may advance, women’s clothes are still used to shame them. This is exactly what this snippet takes on. After all, "my short skirt and everything under it is mine."

Arguably one of the most hilarious moments from The Vagina Monologues, this one takes an in-depth look at everything plaguing the vagina! From gynaecologists and sanitary products to misleading advertisements, no stone is left unturned in this snippet!

In this wickedly hilarious clip, Erin Walter and Hillary Ruth Testa discuss and recreate the various types of moans. Yes, there are hundreds of them! Through this rollicking bit, we get a glimpse into sexuality, human nature and so much more! The perfect blend of insight and comedy, isn’t it?

 

The story of a woman who hasn’t been "down there" since 1953, this is one of the most famous Vagina Monologues moments of all time! It gives us a look at an oft-ignored demographic. It’s hard not to crack a smile as she talks to us about the forces of passion and the good ol’ days!

A vagina workshop… Sounds odd, right? However, once you watch this clip, you’ll realize that things aren’t half as strange as they seem! One of the most relatable and heartfelt moments in The Vagina Monologues, this video is sure to crack you up!

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