Guerrilla Girl, Author

Donna Kaz, Guerrilla Girl, Author, Speaker, Feminist and Activist

DONNA KAZ is a multi-genre writer, speaker and the author of UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour. Along with her alter ego, Guerrilla Girl and Guerrilla Girl On Tour, Aphra Behn, she creates visual art and performance to attack sexism and prove feminists are funny at the same time. ggontour.com @donnakaz

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RECENT: 5 STAR REVIEW of UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour in BUST March/April 2017

As an aspiring playwright and actress arriving in N.Y.C. with stars in her eyes, Donna Kaz immediately experienced the industry sexism keeping women’s stories and meaningful roles off the stage. While working as a waitress, she met Bill Hurt, a successful stage and film actor. They began a seemingly fairytale romance, but it soon turned abusive. At this point, the memoir shifts to its real focus – Kaz’s involvement with the Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous, renegade feminist group that formed to protest sexism in the arts in 1985.

The tale of Kaz’s life as a feminist activist becomes interwoven with her tale of being in an abusive long-term relationship – her political enlightenment happens as she opens her eyes to the realities of her damaging home life. Her story is a compelling page-turner, packed with inspiring stories about the Guerrilla Girls’ plans and protests. But it’s also an inside look at a woman who allows herself to be trapped in a violent partnership. Kaz’s journey to find herself, both as an artist and as a woman, is an inspiring and enthralling one that also gives necessary credit and attention to the Guerrilla Girls. – Adrienne Urbanski

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2018

January 24 – February 4 –  STAMINA, a ten minute play by Donna Kaz in LOOK ME IN THE EYES, at American Renaissance Theatre Company, NY 

February 4 – If You Can Stand the Heat, The History of Women and Food – Monmouth University, NJ 4:30PM

February 21 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – SUNY Brockport, NY

March 1 PUSH/PUSHBACK, 9 Steps to make a difference with art and activism. University of Scranton, PA Hope Horn Gallery 5:30PM

March 5, 6 – ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST – Florida

March 22 ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTISTGlen Cove Library, Glen Cove, NY at 7PM

April 9 PUSH/PUSHBACK, 9 Steps to make a difference with art and activism, 2018 Women’s and Gender Studies Confernce: The Art of Activism, Wilkes University, PA

In the summer of 2017 I was interviewed on KOBRA TV, Sweden about how the Guerrilla Girls began to attack the theatre world in 1997 and why I unmasked.