|Directed by||Josh Aronson|
|Produced by||Josh Aronson|
|Edited by||Kate Hirson|
Aronson Film Associates
|Distributed by||Logo TV|
Beautiful Daughters is a 2006 documentary that follows the first-ever, all-transgender production of Eve Ensler's famous play The Vagina Monologues. It was released in the United States on February 11, 2006. The documentary is directed by Josh Aronson and Ariel Orr Jordan and features Calpernia Addams, Jane Fonda, and Andrea James.
During the planning of this performance, Eve Ensler wrote a new monologue using narratives from the transgender cast called They Beat the Girl Out of My Boy. . . Or So They Tried. It promotes visibility of trans women, regardless of their anatomy.
The documentary displays the hardships the all-transgender cast had to endure in order to make the production relevant to their identity. A few women involved in the production used their rendition of The Vagina Monologues as a platform to "come out," having been closeted as transgender beforehand.
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