Iona Morris, Director
Iona Morris has been a professional actress for more than 25 years, a director for 9JJ - Directed/co-wrote Blair Underwood's solo show "IM4;" Directed/contributing monologuist – Penny Johnson Jerald's "Not My Child"; directed Kim Wayans' solo show, 21 person musical "SHEBA" - L.A., New York Music Theatre Festival; Asst. directed "Ray Charles LIVE..." and "Purlie" under Sheldon Epps, Pasadena Playhouse, etc. and she has been writer since the beginning. Miss Morris' art has always been in support of mirroring the beauty of the human spirit and "The Vagina Monologues" shows us a part of the woman's spirit that has been hidden not only from others, but from herself. To have an opportunity to reveal truths that take an audience, as well as the performer, to a higher place in their spirit, speaks to the beauty of creativity.
Deborah Kagan, Executive Producer
A longtime fan of Eve Ensler and everything vagina friendly, Deborah is delighted to be producing her second VDay. After graduating NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with an honorary award in producing, she was scooped up by Lobell/Bergman Productions in Los Angeles. Alongside veteran producer, Mike Lobell, and his partner, director Andrew Bergman, Deborah completed post production on “It Could Happen To You” starring Nicolas Cage and Bridget Fonda, ushered “Striptease” starring Demi Moore from development through theatrical release and oversaw the companies transition from Castle Rock to Universal Studios. She opened her own company, Sacred Interiors™ , in 1997 to provide full Feng Shui consulting services to residential and corporate clients where she spreads her mission of "Healing the Planet – One Space at a Time™". In 2009, Deborah began focusing on working with women, particularly to support them in turning their lives into a sensual experience. You can connect with her at www.deborah-kagan.com.