Get the girlfriends together and celebrate Galentines at The Forst
This is a PUB SHOW - All performances are general admission in the pub.
Food options are not available for pub shows. Tickets $20-$25.
Saturday Performance: February 10 @ 4:00
Indulgences begin @ 2:30, Show starts at 4:00
Sunday Performance: February 11 @ 2:00
Indulgences begin @ 12:30, Show starts at 2:00
Rated R. Frank presentation of sexual material.
An Obie Award-winning whirlwind tour of a forbidden zone, enjoy The Vagina Monologues while you indulge your desires.
Your ticket includes chocolates and a rose.
We'll provide other fun indulgences to experience before the show!
Massages! More Chocolate!
Powerful Women Bingo - Win Sweet Treats
Things that Smell Heavenly!
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES introduces a wildly divergent gathering of female voices, including a six-year-old girl, a septuagenarian New Yorker, a vagina workshop participant, a woman who witnesses the birth of her granddaughter, a Bosnian survivor of rape, and a feminist happy to have found a man who “liked to look at it."
Directed by Erin LaFond
Acknowledgements: Jeff LaFond, Bill Fricke, Claran LaViolette
Hannah Otto is thrilled to be doing her first pub show at The Forst. While Hannah mostly prefers to be backstage or in the tech booth, she felt the message of this show so deeply she had to get back on stage. Hannah has stage managed (Legally Blonde), directed (The Last Five Years), and acted (most recent notes being Dr.Mandril in City of Angel While also assistant stage managing and Marcie Parks in Putnam County's 25th Annual Spelling Bee), but her favorite thing to do is to improvise amongst the crowd with a new audience every night, most notably as Tina in Tony and Tina's wedding. She would like to thank her partner, Kerry, for helping her get word perfect in her monologue even when she yelled at him about it.
Valentina Perdomo discovered her passion for performing at the age of 13. During high school, she took theatre classes and participated in the musicals The Little Mermaid and The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Appleton North High School. She also participated in a school play “The Jungle Book” which was presented at different elementary schools around the Fox Cities Area. After high school, she put a pause on acting but recently returned to it after 4 years. She was recently in Vintage Theatre’s production of Jake’s Women. Other of her hobbies are reading and traveling.
Katie Schroeder is thrilled to be performing in her second pub show at The Forst Inn, after the inaugural "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" in 2021. She was last seen on a local stage the past two weekends, in "Cleverly and Comically" (Cardboard Theatre), and will next be seen next weekend in a staged reading of "Captain Wallaby's Neighborhood," hosted by Green Bay Community Theater, then at the end of October in "The Woman in Black" radio play (PlaybyPlay Theatre with Heritage Hill). When not bouncing between rehearsals, Katie can usually be found working at The Heel Shoe Fitters, snuggling her cats, or occasionally behind the bar at the Forst. She would like to thank the amazing cast and director for being such amazing, inspiring women, and hopes you enjoy this powerful show.