Play & Script Writing/Talent

V is represented by Creative Artists Agency.


V is represented by Charlotte Sheedy Literary Agency.

Speaking Requests

V is represented by the Steven Barclay Agency.

Theatrical Licensing

For US and Canada-based productions of The Vagina MonologuesIn the Body of the WorldFruit TrilogyEmotional CreatureThe Good BodyNecessary Targets, and The Treatment, please contact Dramatists Play Service.

For productions in foreign languages please contact MCR Perimony Associates, Inc.

For productions in the United Kingdom, Australia and all other countries in English, please contact Creative Artists Agency .

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The Vagina Monologues

Spellbinding, funny and almost unbearably moving…It is both a work of art and an incisive piece of cultural history.

The Good Body
The New York Times

Ms. Ensler wants to soften the ever-fraught relationship between American women and their bodies, to expose the destructive formulas that lead them to assuage their insecurities by punishing their flesh…rich in pointed, amusing details…forthrightly funny…bristling with wisecracks [and] exotically harvested snippets of wisdom.

I am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Lives of Girls Around the World
Associated Press

If you know a girl, identify as a girl, used to be a girl or care about girls in general, you’ll find playwright, performer and activist Eve Ensler’s vibrant new play, Emotional Creature, to be a joyous and empowering exploration of issues facing girls around the globe today.

Necessary Targets
USA Today

Rather than elegantly personifying the psychological repercussions of war, [Ensler’s] characters behave like ordinary people under extraordinary duress…Ensler’s straightforward intensity and delicate comic relief make [her characters’ plight] absorbing and moving.

In the Body of The World
Siddhartha Mukherjee

Ensler has written a profound and vulnerable book, full of tenderness and strength. I was amazed by the clarity of her vision and the power of her message about the body and self. This book isn’t meant only for patients; it is meant for anyone whose life has intersected with illness—in short, for all of us.