Looking for Lilith is set to present, for one night, the voices of women during World War II in the production What My Hands Have Touched on May 8.
What My Hands Have Touched will take place in the Rudyard Kipling, located at 422 West Oak Street in Louisville. The performance is set to take place at 7:30 p.m. on May 8.
Tickets for the one and only show are now available. Ticket prices are $10 for students, and $15 otherwise. Reservations can be made by calling 636-1311. More information about the Rudyard Kipling can be found at this website.
What My Hands Have Touched highlights the many roles women played during World War II. This includes factory workers, housewives, nurses, USO members, pilots, and others. The show includes Shannon Woolley, Trina Fischer, and Jennifer Thalman-Kepler and was directed by Kathi E.B. Ellis.
More information about What My Hands Have Touched can be found at the Looking for Lilith website.
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