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Plan V - Viva La Vulvalution!!!

Tour Dates to be Announced!

You’ve entered an alternate reality, where all over the globe, chapters of Plan V are popping up, spreading the gospel of Sacred Pussy. Embracing both the ancient history of Goddess Worship and the New Mythology of Inner Pussy, Plan V includes everyone in it’s slippery folds. From the first Fecundamental (Pussy is LIFE!) worshiping at the altar takes on a whole new meaning. Is it a sex cult? A Utopian Fallopian Fantasy? Or… an ancient religion ripe for revival? 


Eleanor O’Brien plays Mama V, a former Mormon turned pansexual, polyamorous pleasure activist intent on converting the patriarchy one vagina monologue at a time. She calls on the righteous to testify (ovulate?) their Pussy Joys and Pussy Griefs, and preaches the gospel of paying attention to what Pussy has to say.  She conjures a future in which a radical shift to Pussy Worship has paved the path to peace and prosperity.  Pussy Flash Mobs have halted the assaults on reproductive justice, and Facesitting has neutralized facism. Patriarchy crushed under the weight of Female Pleasure!


O’Brien, longtime artistic director for Dance Naked Creative, has been called a  “sex-positive superstar” by the Willamette Week and “a visionary” by Oregon Arts Watch. A self-proclaimed “advocate for sex-positive storytelling”, O’Brien’s Plan V is an antidote to patriarchy, a push for pleasure activism, and the medicine we need for the times we’re in. 

Eleanor O’Brien is a visionary: the leader of a movement, a prophet of her own religion. 

- Bobby Bermea Oregon Arts Watch 


It's funny, empowering, and just slightly terrifying all at once...highly recommended.

-Broadway World


O’Brien’s confessional exhibitionism has become an artform and a style of performance that is highly original — and unmistakably unique to her and her alone. - Jae Carlsson Oregon Arts Watch 


 A really handy sex-organ seminar, as well as an absolute hoot…the best lecture you've never had. Entirely joyful and captivating…

- Fest Mag, Edinburgh

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