Our Audiences Say:

"...what historical and economical learning moments! Once again thanks to LFL..."

"I am such an admirer of the company's work--it is a true gift to Louisville and the cultural scene."

"I don’t think I have ever seen a Looking for Lilith show where I didn’t laugh, tear up and want to talk about it afterwards."

"The stories are so engrossing…told with tremendous dignity and depth."

"It was so funny, and so sad, and so real."

"LFL never fails to deliver but I really didn't expect the full production. The postwar setting was inspired and the acting superb, as usual."

"...[the work of] the ensemble was just fabulous... I was completely engaged with the performance and enjoyed both the artistry and message."


2014-2015 Season Brings Works by Kentucky Natives!

LFL Produces Provocative New and Recent Works by Kentucky artists - Looking for Lilith, Arlene Hutton and Basil Kreimendahl

For our 14th season, Looking for Lilith Theatre Company is excited to announce that we will produce work by two award-winning KY women playwrights, as well as creating and presenting original LFL pieces. As always, our productions will explore historical and current issues of relevance to women and our community at large, living into LFL's mission to “examine history and interrogate today from women's experiences, frequently lifting up unheard or under-heard voices”, while doing so in some new and unexpected ways this season. In addition to our performances, we will continue and expand our outreach programming, including our many after school Drama Clubs at area schools and a residency this fall with the young women at Boys' and Girls' Haven through a KFW Arts Meets Activism Grant.




CHOICES: An Interactive Play on Cyberbullying and Suicide.

LFL's 2014-2015 season kicks off with public performances of LFL touring show CHOICES, our award-winning interactive play about cyberbullying and suicide.
September 2014, dates TBA.



Interested in bringing CHOICES to your school?
Contact Jennifer Thalman Kepler, Community Outreach Director

Looking for Lilith was commissioned to create CHOICES: A Play on Cyberbullying and Teen Suicide by the Make a Difference for Kids Foundation. 

LFL also partners with Jefferson County Public Schools’ Computer Education Support Unit with this production.





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Upcoming Projects and Productions

Lilith 2014-2015 Season2014-2015 Season
Announcing our 2014-2015 season!
LFL produces provocative new and recent works by Kentucky artists -
Looking for Lilth, Arlene Hutton and Basil Kreimendahl






After School Drama
Bring an after-school drama program to your school! For more info, contact Jennifer Thalman Kepler, Community Outreach Director.