The Girl Project 2020: Adventuring to

New Territory 

High School 

Residencies

The Girl Project is taking its mission outside of the walls of Woodford Theatre, and bringing programming into the schools to remove barriers to student participation. 

 

For the 2019.2020 year, we will offer a series of after-school residencies to select schools in the Central KY area. These residencies may range from every day after school for one to two weeks, or once a week after school for a select number of weeks.

 

Contact us if you would like to be part of this pilot programming!

In addition to bringing programming to the schools, The Girl Project continues to expand its vision and impact by offering workshops specifically tailored to marginalized communities. Spring 2020 will feature specialized workshops in collaboration with the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) clubs at Paul Laurence Dunbar, Henry Clay High School, and Woodford County High School. Other participants welcome, dates TBA, but will run January-March 2020. 

Pilot 

Workshops

The Girl Project: Next Generation

Good news! Our middle school program, The Girl Project: Next Generation, will run as usual. GPNG will begin the week of Feb 10-14, 2020, and will meet once a week through the week of March 16-20, 2020. Save the dates!

 

GPNG will be offered at Leestown Middle School, and Woodford County Middle School.

additional programming

In addition to bringing programming to the schools, The Girl Project continues to expand its vision and impact by offering workshops specifically tailored to marginalized communities.

 

In addition to our pilot workshops with local GSA Clubs, The Girl Project will be launching its first bilingual program via its April Residency at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. In addition to our pilot workshops with local GSA clubs, The Girl Project will be launching its first bilingual program via its April 2020 residency at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School with English- and Spanish-speaking students. 

College

Residencies

In June 2020, The Girl Project Team has been invited to lead a 10-day Residency at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio called The GenZ Project. This programming will be open to students in multiple states including Kentucky. Students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in our programming by participating in workshops throughout the day 9:30-4:30pm as well as being involved in after-hours activities. Stay tuned for more details! 

Voices Heard

2020

Save the date for September 11-13, 2020 to join Voices HEaRd in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment!! Be sure to join us at Woodford Theatre for 10-minute plays, original works, and community activism. 

Interview

Want to be in The Girl Project? The Girl Project Next Generation? Be a guest artist? Talk to us!

SUBMIT

Voices HEaRd 2019 has wrapped, but ask us about next year's 10-minute plays, original works, and community activism.

DONate

Sponsor a girl. Support a show. Support our programming.

Volunteer

Get involved with The Girl Project volunteer committee. Volunteer at a show. 

CONTACT US

275 Beasley Dr. Versailles, KY 40383

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Producing Sponsors:

Scholarship Sponsors:

Linda Bosse, Alberta Labrillazo, Debra Hensley

Anyone interested in replicating or implementing The Girl Project, The Girl Project: Next Generation or Voices HEaRd in their community must seek permission to do so. Anyone interested in pursuing research, evaluation or publication of The Girl Project programming must present a plan for approval by the Research and Development Director and must be approved. Email info@thegirlprojectky.org for more information.

The Girl Project Co-Founders: Ellie Clark & Vanessa Becker Weig

GPNG: Cross-Age Peer Mentoring Founder - Margaret McGladrey

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