Pussygrabber

A monologue that shifts between 2 moments of time - 1. from October through the presidential election 2. from a moment of sexual assault in 2010. Trigger warning for sexual assault. A work in progress!
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Pussygrabber

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  • Asher Wyndham:
    19 Jan. 2019
    Femia's poetic solo, politically- and sexually-charged, reminds me of the best of uncensored punk writer Kathy Acker. In a few words, this playwright shows and says so much about herself and other women's relation to their body and their partner, and also in relation to the political sphere/this American moment in history. If produced, this would have a power effect on the audience.
  • Jennifer O'Grady:
    19 Jan. 2019
    Like others I had a visceral reaction to this very brave monologue that speaks for just so many of us. Would be amazing in performance.
  • Emily Hageman:
    15 Jan. 2019
    This play so perfectly captures a moment that is so real, so powerful, so crippling. I don't even know what to say. This is so powerful. This is everything I felt in that moment and more. Thank you for giving so many of us, SO MANY OF US, a voice, Gina. Thank you for being so brave. Read this piece now because it is so, so, so much more than writing, it is truth and it is pain and it is anger and if you don't understand, read this and you will.

Production History

  • Workshop
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    Women in Theatre Festival
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    2018
  • Workshop
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    National Month of Outrage
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    2017
  • Workshop
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    The Unaugaration
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    2017