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Date: Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 3:44 PM
Subject: Two Free Events
To: Mitchell Teplitsky <>

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Dear Mitchell,

There are only a couple of seats remaining for the two upcoming free events for members.

Eve Ensler - Tuesday March 22 at 7:00P - To register for one of the few remaining spots click here.

The Oxford Gargoyles (International Music Sensation) - Thursday March 17 at 6:30P - To register for one of the few remaining spots click here.

Some say Eve Ensler has become the most famous and most powerful feminist in the world. Germaine Greer, Gloria Steniem, Naomi Wolf, and others have been icons for many, but Ensler has emerged as one of the most powerful forces in the twenty-first century. Ensler is a playwright, performer and activist, and is the author of THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, translated into over 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries, including sold-out runs at both Off-Broadway's Westside Theater and on London's West End (2002 Olivier Award nomination, Best Entertainment) and has been running for 10 years in Mexico City and Paris. In 2004, Ensler performed her play THE GOOD BODY on Broadway in NYC. This was followed by a 20 city national tour in 2005.  Eve's film credits include an HBO film version of THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES (2002). Eve has written numerous articles for Washington Post to O Magazine. In November 2009, Eve was named one of US News & World Report's "Best Leaders" in association with the Center for Public Leadership (CPL) at Harvard Kennedy School, and in 2010 she was named one of "125 Women Who Changed Our World" by Good Housekeeping Magazine. Ms. Ensler's experience performing THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES inspired her to create V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women and girls. In twelve years, the V-Day movement has raised over $80 million and reached over 300 million people. In 2009, Ensler testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearing, Confronting Rape and Other Forms of Violence Against Women in Conflict Zones. The hearing focused on Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which the United Nations calls the rape capital of the world. Ensler said "The rape and desecration of the Congo is the rape and desecration of all of us."

The Oxford Gargoyles will perform live for the Society. They have performed at Lincoln Center, Columbia, Princeton, Yale and Harvard Universities, and on NBC's Today Show. Over the last decade the Gargoyles have become a staple of the world music scene. The group's repertoire, though rooted in the jazz songbook, offers a tasty cocktail of musical styles from pop to show-tunes. So whether they're flying you to the moon or picking up good vibrations, sit back and enjoy an evening of live and intricate arrangements, heavenly harmonies and soulful solos.

We look forward to seeing you.

Best wishes,
Hudson Union Society

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