I just attended the Guerrilla Girls On Tour performance last night. They are a group of 26 female active members that are art activists. They fight for womens rights in the art world and theatre world by using humar and propaganda in hope to achieve equality among sexes. The Guerrilla Girls perfomance was very active and lively involving the audience in skits also making the laugh throughout. I had no idea what to expect but I was impressed. I origonally learned about this group in art history last year, and wasn't aware that they are still an active group. There were only two members at the performance last night but they were fun and active performing skits and reading letters from other university students. They touched on subjects on how to get involved and make a difference, women in polictics, current events, and some of their activist functions like stickering and the Tony awards. I did not releise that they are now divided into three sub groups because there are so many issues, they found this is the best approach. There is the internet broadband division, theatre, and the art division. The acts they provide on tour is one about rape adn domestic violence and the one performed last night called "Feminists are Funny Too". This is definately a strong groupd of women who believe they are making a difference and have seen more women's plays being produced since they started in the 80's. They also give credit to a group they call the "Baboon Boys", because they need their help for instances like posting the men's bathrooms. The women in the Guerrilla Girl's group keep their identity a secret and take on names of dead feminists will under their gorilla masks. They also celebrate strong women in history and incurage women and men a like to take a stand. If given another oportunity to the Guerrilla Girls on tour, it is definately worth seeing.