Looking for Lilith has an expansive outreach program that includes projects with students from kindergarten to college, and adults in this country and abroad.
Many of our mainstage productions are available for touring to schools, colleges, community centers, etc. Find out how you can bring Lilith’s work to your community!
Learn about our award-winning production, CHOICES, A Play on Cyber-bullying and Teen Suicide.
Looking for Lilith’s professional Teaching Artists are available to conduct Masterclasses on a wide array of topics and themes. Our Masterclasses can be scheduled independently or in conjunction with a performance at your venue.
Looking for Lilith conducts afterschool sessions in both the fall and spring semesters in area schools – find out about starting one at your student’s school. Many of Lilith’s Teaching Artists are members of either the Kentucky Arts Council’s Directory of Teaching Artists or VSA Kentucky’s Roster of Teaching Artists. Both through these programs and independently, Looking for Lilith offers a diverse range of curriculum-aligned residencies. And don’t forget the summertime! Check out Lilith’s summer programming too.
See the flyer for current afterschool sessions. Session are currently being held at Hawthorne Elementary, Wilder Elementary and Saint Albert the Great
Looking for Lilith’s Faith Stories Project extends the company’s reach to Guatemala, where Lilith artists travel each summer to work with Guatemalan women.