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Wednesday, June 18th, 2003 at 7:00 PM

SALAAM Theatre
Geeta Citygirl, Artistic Director invites you to attend...

That Takes Ovaries!
NYC Open Mike & Fundraiser
to support young women's activism!

with Mistress of Ceremonies, Geeta Citygirl

Come hear stories from
Rivka Solomon's
That Takes Ovaries:

     Featuring the creative spirits of:
     Sala Hewitt doing Paying for It, by Monique Bowden.
     Reena Dutt doing Letting Justice Flow, by Alison Kafer.
     Jennifer Ahn doing Love Thy Neighbor With Avengeance, by Jessica Brown.
     Geeta Citygirl (Emcee for the event) doing Documenting It, by Ruchira Gupta.

Venue: AIR (Artists in Residence) Gallery
511 W 25th Street - Suite 301
between 10th and 11th Aves
Chelsea, Manhattan, NYC

 "'ballsy' acts by bold women -- the anatomically correct way." -- Glamour magazine

Come hear and share stories about any time you were gutsy, courageous, wild and outrageous.  During the open mike
tell about times *you* were a brazen babe. Bring your real-life stories about your kickin' estrogen-powered deeds. Everyone
encouraged to share (3 min. max). Bring Pride-related stories, too, (coming out, fighting back against prejudice, etc.). Guys:
Come proudly brag about the ovaries in your life -- your mothers, sisters, daughters.


COST: Suggested $10 donation at the door
All money goes to young women's activism and young women's pro-choice leadership via Third Wave Foundation and PEP.

WHO: Everyone invited, all genders and ages.

CONTACT: Nichole at PEP: (212) 977.4266 or

This is a fundraising event organized to support young women's activism through the Third Wave Foundation & Pro-Choice Public Education Project (PEP).   SALAAM Theatre is proud to support this event!

Ovaries! contact: Rivka -
Any woman anywhere can host a That Takes Ovaries! Open Mike - for fun, or as a fundraiser for a favorite women's cause.
Find guidelines and more info at:

"We get arts and activism mixed up."

SALAAM is a not-for-profit professional multidisciplinary theatre company celebrating South Asian American artistic excellence
through creative risk-taking and experimentation that challenges all boundaries, connects all peoples and links all the arts
in the spirit of progressive solidarity.

SALAAM Theatre (South Asian League of Artists in AMerica)

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