V – The Power of Art Parts 1 and 2 (December 2021)

– Interview –

Activist and artist V (formerly Eve Ensler), opens her new play WILD: A Musical Becoming this week. In part one of this two-part conversation with host Marianne Schnall, V discusses her passionate concern for the future of the planet and her faith in young people as her inspiration for the piece developed in collaboration with Tony Award-winner Idina Menzel, Golden Globe-nominated songwriter Justin Tranter, songwriter Caroline Pennell, and acclaimed director Diane Paulus.

Screen Shot 2022-01-03 at 3.04.34 PM

Humanity Rising 365: Session 1 The Apology: A Dialogue with V (formerly Eve Ensler) (November 2021)

– Interview –

Humanity Rising represents a movement of people and organizations coming together to take counsel on how to leverage the crisis of the coronavirus pandemic into an opportunity for human renewal and increased resilience to future challenges.

The goal of the Summit is to create an international coalition strong enough to transform conversations that matter into actions that make a difference.


Présidentielle : Jane Fonda et Eve Ensler s’engagent aux côtés de Sandrine Rousseau (June 2021)

– Interview –

Candidate à la primaire écologiste en vue de la présidentielle française, Sandrine Rousseau ne compte pas jouer les figurantes. Pour booster une campagne en mal de visibilité, elle n’hésite pas à solliciter des soutiens internationaux. En exclusivité dans ELLE, Jane Fonda et Eve Ensler prennent publiquement la parole pour soutenir sa candidature.

Dem Now

Democracy Now: “Disaster Patriarchy”: V (Eve Ensler) on How the Pandemic Has Unleashed a War on Women (June 2021)

– Interview –

Disaster patriarchy: how the pandemic has unleashed a war on women.” That’s the headline of a new essay by V, the playwright and activist who was formerly known as Eve Ensler. She details how the pandemic has led to a surge in violence against women, as well as an economic and educational crisis, with tens of millions of women and girls out of work or school. UNESCO estimates 11 million girls may not return to school once the pandemic is over. Other estimates put the total as high as 20 million girls.