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A WORLD PREMIERE PLAY
|Written & Performed by||Eve Ensler|
|Set & Costume Design||Myung Hee Cho|
|Lighting Design||Jen Schriever|
|Sound Design||M. L. Dogg|
|Projection design||Finn Ross|
|Associate Director||Allegra Libonati|
|Production Stage Manager||Carolyn Rae Boyd|
|Stage Manager||Katie Ailinger|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Jenny Kennedy|
|Assistant Director||Sammi Cannold|
|Associate Sound Designer||
|A.R.T. Institute Production Dramaturg||
|Assistant to Eve Ensler||
Eve Ensler navigates her confrontation with cancer with the same unblinking intensity and humor she brought to other “taboo” topics. More
When this theater season in Boston and Cambridge draws to a close, I am confident that the current World Premiere of Eve Ensler's "In The Body Of The World," being presented by the A.R.T. at the Loeb, will continue to be talked about as one of the most impactful works of art. It is simply stunning in every aspect. More
Playwright/actress Eve Ensler relates how she lost her personal connection to her body early in life, and tried to get it back – through anorexia, promiscuity and (this gets a laugh) performance art. More
WBUR/The ARTery: From Cancer To The Congo — Eve Ensler Presents Her World In A Premiere At The A.R.T.
Ensler, best known for “The Vagina Monologues,” is an internationally known activist and theater artist and, for some, a feminist heroine. The pairing of artistic director Diane Paulus (who helms this production) and Ensler is a dream team of much-admired female voices in contemporary theater. More
No experience is lost on Eve Ensler. Ensler is an author and artist who has immersed herself in the cause of stopping violence against women. More
Eve Ensler returns to the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) this month with a deeply personal, one-woman show that tells how her work with women brutalized by sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo helped her overcome stage IV uterine cancer. More
How do you recover from a childhood with a father who molested you and a mother who emotionally abandoned you? Eve Ensler would be the first to tell you that it’s not an easy path forward, and she stumbled plenty along the way, but eventually she found healing through helping. Her inspiring journey ultimately led to her remarkable humanitarian work in the Congo. More
American Repertory Theater Announces Open Captioned and Audio Described Performances of IN THE BODY OF THE WORLD
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) will present Open Captioned performances for the Deaf and hard of hearing, and Audio Described performances for blind and low-vision audience members for its production of IN THE BODY OF THE WORLD, created and performed by Eve Ensler and directed by Diane Paulus, playing from May 10 through May 29 at the Loeb Drama Center.
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the leadership of Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Executive Director Diane Quinn, presents the world premiere of IN THE BODY OF THE WORLD, written and performed by Eve Ensler and directed by Diane Paulus.
Tickets from $25. Student rush tickets: $15. A.R.T. Subscribers, Members, and Student Members: Log into your account for discounts.
90 minutes with no intermission. Followed by an Act II discussion.
Need to know
This show contains simulated drug use, nudity, strong language, and haze.
There is no guarantee that standing room will be available for sold-out performances however, if it becomes available a limited number of standing room tickets may be sold in person for select shows on the day of each show at 12 noon. The number of standing room tickets will not be known in advance of the ticket services office opening at 12PM. Please call our Ticket Services office with any ticket related questions at 617.547.8300. Hours are: Tuesday-Sunday, Noon-5PM.
Recommended for grades 10 and up.
This emotional and intimate one-woman show deals with severe illness, abuse and trauma. The play contains graphic descriptions of both psychic and physiological symptoms of illness, sexual abuse, and violence.
May 26, 7:30PM & May 28, 2PM
May 12, 7:30PM & May 15, 2PM