About the Group:
Looking for Lilith is a Kentucky-based ensemble theatre company founded in 2001. They dedicate themselves to re-examining history through women’s perspectives and creating original plays based on their research, in order to reveal and celebrate women’s contributions and experiences. They also explore existing plays that fit their mission and do a wide variety of outreach. They have created 7 original plays and toured to numerous colleges, universities, festivals, performing arts centers, houses of worship, community centers and schools in Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia, Massachusetts, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Guatemala and work with ages 3-93.
Current Touring Projects Include:
- Fabric, Flames and Fervor: Girls of the Triangle – honoring the tragedy and transformation of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
- CHOICES: An Interactive Play on Cyberbullying and Suicide – a Forum Theatre piece that involves the audience in vital problem-solving
- Strangers/Extranjeras – a bilingual show about an optimistic U.S. volunteer and her generous Mayan host-mother
- What My Hands Have Touched – stories of World War II factory workers, army nurses, homemakers, USO performers and pilots and many more
See website for information on these and other touring shows.
In LFL workshops and residencies, participants can explore themes such as women’s history, women’s experiences, self-esteem, and giving voice to the under-represented, as well as Master Classes for play creation and/or actor training.
Fee Structure: *
- Single Performance: $500-$5,000
- Single Performance w/Workshop(s) – $1,000-$5,000
- One-Day Residency: $400-$5,000
- One-Week Residency, no performance: $1,000-$2,000
- One-Week Residency with Performance: $2,500-$7,500
*These fees do not include housing and transportation.
**Fees depend on which show, the venue, etc. Please inquire about specific show fee details.
***LFL has full-length and excerpted versions of shows available.
Special programs available for:
- Colleges and universities
- Senior Centers
- Immigrant populations
- Differently abled populations
- Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Programs in higher education
1. Fabric, Flames, and Fervor: Girls of the Triangle – excerpts from 2 person 27 minute version
2. Scenes from full cast and solo excerpted version of What My Hands Have Touched