Looking for Lilith Theatre Company is a women’s ensemble that creates productions and programming through re-examining history and interrogating today from women’s perspectives, a practice that frequently uncovers unheard voices. LFL productions and programming serve adults, youth and children locally, nationally and internationally.

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What My Hands Have Touched

In preparation for touring performances this spring, there will be a one-night-only performance of this LFL original crowd favorite.

April 18 | 7:30 PM
@ Vault 1031


Deconstructing the Myth of the West
and Gender Identity


by Basil Kreimendahl
Directed by Kathi E.B. Ellis

May 14-16, 18, 21-23 | 7:30 pm
May 23 | 2:00 pm

2801 S. Floyd Street
Louisville, KY



GirlSpeak with Looking for LilithGirlSpeak gives girls an opportunity to learn about theatre as well as to find their own voices, work together in a group, and to use critical-thinking skills. Middle school girls will work with Looking for Lilith artists to decide on a topic or issue around which to create a play. Participating in collaborative play-making activities, they will create their own play to be shared in a staged reading at the end of the two weeks.

Choices: an interactive play on cyberbullying and suicideEducational Outreach

Discover LFL's expansive outreach program that includes residencies, after-school programs, summer campstouring productions and projects with students from kindergarten to college, and adults, including our award-winning production of CHOICES: an interactive play on cyberbullying and suicide.

Faith Stories ProjectFaith Stories Project

Explore the history behind our Fall production of UnCaged/Desenjualadas. This collaboration began in 2004 with LFL artists traveling to Guatemala to teach Guatemalan women theatre activities LFL uses to create their original theatre pieces.  Together they then used these activities to explore personal stories of gender-based inequities in power in their communities' leadership. As the Guatemalan participants discovered they had a valuable tool of transformation, they pushed to expand the work to address broader social justice issues as well.