Women's Voices Project

Established in 1999, the Women's Voices Project is a collaboration between Cleveland Public Theatre and the Elyria YWCA's Women's Campus Project. Women's Voices connects Campus Project residents with the tools of creative expression to help them achieve independent living and recover from domestic violence, addiction, and other adversities.

Every year new residents create an evening-length presentation in which participants read and perform original stories and poetry based on their own life experiences. The work is annually presented to audiences at Cleveland Public Theatre and the Elyria YWCA, and then taken on tour to area shelters, recovery centers and prisons.

Participants of the Women's Voices Project find empowerment through writing and public speaking, inspiring the community with the courage to speak their truth.

For more information on the Women's Voices Project, please contact Chris Seibert, Education Director at 216.631.2727 x 201 or via email at cseibert@cptonline.org.

Women's Voices Project
Women's Voices Project
Women's Voices Project
Women's Voices Project