Bring Looking for Lilith’s work to your school!
Looking for Lilith has has a strong commitment to education, with outreach program that include projects with students from pre-k to college, as well as adults in this country and abroad. In our outreach programs, we can guide participants in researching, devising, and sharing new works that give voice to the members of our society who have historically been underrepresented. Through these programs and our performances, we help show the value of multiple perspectives on history.
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.
Many of our original mainstage productions are available for touring to schools, colleges, community centers, etc., including our award-winning production, CHOICES, A Play on Cyber-bullying and Teen Suicide.
MASTERCLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Looking for Lilith’s professional Teaching Artists are available to conduct masterclasses on a wide array of topics and themes. Masterclasses can also be scheduled independently or in conjunction with a performance at your venue.
Looking for Lilith conducts after-school sessions in both the fall and spring semesters in area schools.
In-school residencies offer teachers and students at all grade levels new perspectives on learning, yet are designed to meet curriculum standards. We have a variety of already-designed programs or we can create custom programming to meet the needs and interests of teachers and schools.
Training options include leading drama activities, integrating drama into curriculum, exploring social themes through drama, bringing storybooks to life, interactive storytelling, creating and implementing a role drama lesson plan based on a storybook or theme.
Please contact us for pricing and to schedule your educational experience!
Jennifer Thalman Kepler
Community Outreach Director
Looking for Lilith has a strong commitment to education. In our outreach programs, we can guide participants in researching, devising, and sharing new works that give voice to the members of our society who have historically been underrepresented. Through these programs and our performances, we help show the value of multiple perspectives on history.
Looking for Lilith provides touring productions, in-school residencies and after-school programs for pre-K through 12th grade, including our award-winning interactive performance, Choices. We also offer professional development opportunities for teachers.