Kristine Holmes, "My Vagina Was My Village"

Kristine Holmes is a life long Scranton resident.  She graduated from Marywood University with a BBA, concentrating in Accounting.  She works as a Cost Accountant for Sandvik Steel located in Waverly.  She is the wife of Tim Holmes and the proud mother of teenagers, Pat and Emily.  Kris has not been on a stage in seventeen years and is honored to be a part of this special production.

Connie Sinavage "My Short Skirt"

A native of the Wilkes-Barre / Scranton area, Connie has been involved with community theatre for the past ten years and is honored to take part in the V-Day movement. Connie studied Broadcast Communications with a minor in Speech & Theater at Kutztown University. A writer as well, Connie has participated in the Alternative to Noise Performance Art Series at the Afa Gallery through live audience-participation readings of her poetry. She is employed as the National Marketing Coordinator of a national auto glass company.

Katherine Leslie Barbour, "The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could"

Kathy is making her Scranton stage debut. Originally from Elizabeth, NJ., She and her husband have resided in Gouldsboro for 11 years. Having worked in both the public and private sectors in NJ, Kathy has always had the "acting bug." She now plans to pursuit it full time. Any offers out there?

Shannon Keith, "Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy"

No stranger to local theatre, Shannon has previously played leading roles in both The Wizard of Oz and Fame. She currently serves as Executive Director for the local non-profit film company NO BUDGET FILMS, and is actively seeking financial support so that she can continue to produce socially relevant films with area youth. When she's not teaching at Keystone College, Shannon can be found making music with local group Pearl.

Laurie Cadden Foley, "I Was There in the Room"