Arts Diary: Esther to star in monologues role.
She is the long awaited third performer - described as an `` amazing woman'' - to take part in the show created by New Yorker Eve Ensler The two others already announced are Wirral-born actress Jean Boht - Nellie Boswell from the TV comedy series Bread - and soap star Anita Dobson from EastEnders.
Esther McVey will only appear in the production in Liverpool.
The show, opening at the Empire Theatre on June 16, is based on a series of interviews conducted by Ms. Ensler.
Sheaskeda number of women intimate questions about normally taboo subjects like birth, sex, orgasm, and relationships. The results she turned into a play which has been critical and commercial success from New York to the West End.
A percentage of the Empire Theatre's takings will be donated to the Liverpool Women's and Children's Aid Centre, a charitable organisation that provides refuge for families escaping domestic violence.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||May 20, 2003|
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