Want to see Eve Ensler speak at San Francisco's historic and beautiful Grace Cathedral? You're in luck! The TONY award-winning playwright, performer, and activist has chosen San Francisco to deliver her first talk, called EVE AT GRACE, based on her upcoming book CongoCancer.
“The evening will be a gathering calling up the outrage, courage, tenderness and wisdom that lives in the body which is the body of the world,” states Eve. "It will look at how surviving cancer, violence or suffering is the pathway to connection, transformation and revolution. It will be a call to our second wind, to the woman spring."
Eve will be joined by Iranian composer, vocalist, and performance artist Sussan Deyhim, who will be providing the musical opening and closing performances.
We are giving away 4 pairs of tickets to this special one-night only event on Tuesday, September 27 (doors at 6p, talk begins at 7p)!
To enter, answer the following question.
What is Eve Ensler's best-known play?
Email us your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org, and from all correct entries, we'll randomly select 4 winners, each receiving a pair of tickets. Deadline to enter is Wednesday, September 21, 2pm.
Value of each ticket: $20. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.