Whose Vagina Is It, Really?

Whose Vagina Is It, Really?
Company
Chocolate Dollz Productions
Director
Sandy Daley
Runtime
60 minutes

Revenge is a dish best served cold, especially if it's by some bible-thumping church ladies. These ladies, come hell or high water, will seek revenge on their womanizing, bow-legged pastor. With stylish church hats, devilish smiles and constant praying hands, they look to settle a score. The only thing that could go wrong with their plan is everything, of course.. Will they survive their own master plan? Will the church ever be the same? Only God and time will tell! Come for the laughs, leave with the power!


Credits

Director
Jahte Le
Producer
Kat Law
Producer
Natalie Caputi
Stage Manager
Leanne Connor
Composer
Olivia Korosak
Set Designer
Dre Rivas
Playwright
Sandy Daley
Producer
Sandy Daley

Performances

  Date Time
8th July 3:00pm Tickets
10th July 3:15pm Tickets
11th July 7:45pm Tickets
12th July 2:15pm Tickets
13th July 5:30pm Tickets
15th July 8:30pm Tickets
17th July 1:00pm Tickets

Venue

4 : Al Green Theatre

750 Spadina Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5S 2J2

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
No
Masks
Yes
Proof of vaccination
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information


More about the company

Chocolate Dollz Productions was founded in 2010 by award-winning showrunner, producer, author, actress and radio and television personality, Sandy Daley. Her controversial first novel, “Whose Vagina Is It, Really?” has taken the world by storm. Chocolate Dollz Productions is a female-driven production company that produces quality films, television shows and stage plays. The company incorporates anti-oppressive practices, and diversity and inclusive strategies in every production.
Daley is also an advocate for social justice and women’s rights, which permeates in her screenplays, and she is the founder of the Whose Body Is It, Really? Empowerment Symposium. The symposium focuses on the prevention of sexual violence against women. She is also the founder of Mothers Against Violence Against Black Children: an organization that fights systemic racism against black children.


Land acknowledgement

I’m Sandy Daley and I’m the writer and director of this show. This show challenges you to fight against any system that tries to oppress you. Whether it is systemic racism or acts or violence against women and the vulnerable. As a Canadian citizen with a Jamaican heritage and nationality, I believe that it is our duty to include all cultures and nationalities under one blanket. I acknowledge that the land this of work was created on is the traditional territory of many nations. This includes the Mississauga of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. It is imperative that I, along with each cast member and crew, are aware of the land that we work on. This is a way of honouring and respecting the many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples who occupied this land before
us. Now, more than ever, it is vital that all of our stories are included, validated, respected and heard.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageSexual contentMature language

Sensory description

This play is visually and sensory appealing! The play begins with a bang and the music and dialogue are fast-paced and inviting. The play is written as if its a television show, which will leave the audience wanting more and more. Each character stands out on his/her own, and the lighting/sound effects compliment the action. The dialogue is modern, easy-to-follow and fresh. The show is vibrant and intoxicating to watch, with comedic timing that highlights the complexity of the play. This play is different and trail-blazing, as it mixes film and stage together, in one harmonious piece of art-work.


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