The Down There Monologues is an annual collection of stories written, directed, and produced by Queen’s students and other talented artists. Originally performed as a spin off to The Vagina Monologues, Down There discusses a range of identity issues which are often silenced.
Topics include but are not limited to:
* Masculinity and Femininity
* Mental health and invisible disabilities
* Body image
* Race and Racism
* Sexual orientation
* Gender orientation
* Religion and spirituality
* Political beliefs
The show was produced by the Women’s Empowerment Committee of the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society of Queen’s University. The ASUS Equity & Diversity office is now the producer.