Constance Witman has a long standing history as a V-Day actress and activist. V-Day just wouldn’t be the same without her! Constance not only brings her impeccable talent, grace and emotional depth to The Vagina Monologues each year, but she also brings so much of her heart, empathy and passion to help raise awareness and end the violence. We love her activist spirit as well as her amazing performance!
Q – How long have you been involved in theater?
“Since the age of 5. I played a tree in Sleeping Beauty and I was covered head to toe in green felt.”
Q – What are some of your favorite recent productions?
“Blanche in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’, Vivian in ‘Wit’, Jane in G.Matthew Gaskell’s original play ‘Lawyers, Guns & Money’ and Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ all in the last few years at the Players’ Ring.
Q – Have you performed in the Vagina Monologues before?
“This will be my 6th year!”
Q – What made you want to be involved in V-Day this year?
“To continue to make people aware that we are still battling violence and it needs to stop.”
Q – Who is the most influential woman in your life?
“My Mum. She’s an amazing kind-hearted woman. She has taught me so many things.”
Q – What or who inspires you?
“My Daughter [Genevieve Witman]. She is such an amazing free spirit. I Love the way she looks at things and how wonderful and smart she is.”
Constance Witman as Vivian in Wit
Photo by Mat Kingsbury/2046