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Greta Gerwig Reveals Why She's Proud to Be a Woman Today!

Greta Gerwig Reveals Why She's Proud to Be a Woman Today!

Greta Gerwig promotes her new Broadway play The Village Bike at the cast photo call held at the Signature Center on Tuesday (April 22) in New York City.

The 30-year-old actress was joined at the event by playwright Penelope Skinner, director Sam Gold, and co-stars Lucy Owen, Max Baker, Cara Seymour and Scott Shepherd. The play begins previews on May 22, with opening night set for June 10.

“I feel proud to be a woman because it’s never been a better time to be a woman than right now. We’re in the middle of writing our collective history and that’s pretty awesome to be a part of.” Greta recently told The Huffington Post about being a woman today.

FYI: Greta is wearing Oscar de la Renta with Christian Louboutin shoes.

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