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Looking For Lilith

  • Looking for Lilith
    Original Work
  • Performances: November 6-9, & 12-15, 2015
    Sunday performances: 2:00 PM matinees
    All other performances at 7:30 PM

    The MeX Theatre
    Kentucky Center for the Arts
    501 W Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202

    www.kentuckycenter.org

    Crew

  • Production Director: Kathi E.B. Ellis
  • We’re proud to receive support for this production from:

  • Alternate ROOTS
  • Louisville Metro Government’s Neighborhood Development Fund
  • Our original work this season will center on the creation of a new play dealing with local environmental issues, to be produced in Fall of 2015. With partial funding from Alternate ROOTS and Metro Council Louisville, we will be researching and devising our newest play throughout the season, in preparation for the GLI’s Arts and Cultural Attractions Network’s year-long initiative, YES! Fest (Year of Environment and Sustainability) in 2015. This Festival will be a celebration of the region’s dynamic arts and cultural organizations united, exploring these important issues.
    LFL’s play development will focus on environmental issues in our community and paying tribute to Rachel Carson and other women environmental activists. During the spring of 2015 community members will have the opportunity to participate in workshops that will explore area environmental issues through theatre devising techniques. This production will open LFL’s 2015-2016 season in the fall of ’15.

    Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, with group rates available. Call 502-638-2559 for Reservation information, or purchase through our website. For more information about Looking for Lilith’s original productions, previous seasons, and extensive outreach programming — including in Guatemala — go to www.lookingforlilith.org.

    Looking for Lilith is interviewing current and previous residents of Rubbertown and surrounding areas, as well as industry personnel, scientists and activists. Have a story you’d like to share? Contact us HERE!