Looking for Lilith offers several of our original plays for touring. We are able to customize performances to your needs.
Plays currently being toured are:
LFL's award-winning interactive play on suicide and cyberbullying.
Class of '70
Celebrates the living history of women who came of age on college campuses during the second wave of feminism in the late 60’s
Fabric, Flames, and Fervor: Girls of the Triangle
About the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911
What My Hands Have Touched
About women's experiences and contributions during World War II
Beyond the Blue Mountains
Based on Kentucky writer Jane Wilson Joyce's book of the same name; recreates one Boyle County, Kentucky family's experiences on the Oregon Trail
Women Speak: IRAQ
Women speaking about their experiences with the recent Iraq war
About a friendship between an idealistic U.S. volunteer and her generous Mayan host-mother in Guatemala
Women of Will
An assemblage of monologues and scenes, that explores some of the most powerful, passionate and intriguing women of Shakespeare's plays
Please contact us for pricing and to schedule your educational experience!
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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.