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By donating your anonymous work, you are giving us permission to edit it, if necessary, for length, anonymity, and clarity, as well as to reproduce it for the purpose of fund-raising for
local organizations that work to stop violence against women, which reproductions may be, but are not limited to, the stage, DVD, website, or print publication. In all such
reproductions, the work will be noted as anonymously authored. By donating your work, you represent and warrant that you are the sole author of this work and own the rights
thereto. Such donation does not prohibit you from re-publishing your work under your own name elsewhere at a later date, but be aware that a publisher may consider that
publication a re-print.
Want to learn more about the Michiana Monologues? Read our "herstory" here!

Thanks to all those that help us make Michiana Monologues possible!
Questions?
Please Contact:
Faculty Advisor:
Dr. April Lidinsky
Webmistress: Danica Duensing
Michiana Monologues is an annual, original theatrical production crafted from local women writers’ stories of life in
Michiana.  All proceeds from our production go to local non-profits that work to stop violence against women.

Past beneficiaries have included:
YWCA of North Central Indiana, SOS of the Family Justice Center, The Young Moms’ Self-Sufficiency Program of Youth
Service Bureau, Planned Parenthood of Indiana, the Elkhart County Women’s Shelter, the GBLT Resource Center of
Michiana, Maple City Health Center, St. Margaret's House, and Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
Thank you for supporting the Michiana Monologues project!

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The Manologues:
http://www.themanologues.org/

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Books from past productions are available. Click here for more information.
Watch this site for updates on Michiana Monologues 2015: Words on Fire!  
Deadline for submissions, November 1.  Performances in Spring 2015.

Read about
How to Write a Monologue.

Share your story here for possible inclusion in the 2015 production!
Watch Michiana Monologues 2014: City of Women here:
Michiana Monologues 2015: Words on Fire
Past Productions
Want some extra guidance in writing a monologue?  
We are happy to offer free writing workshops to groups (book groups, groups of friends, friends from work, whatever!).
Contact April at alidinsk@iusb.edu  Workshops can be anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours -- whatever works for your group.
SAVE THE DATES
Performances:
Feb. 26, 7 pm: Civil Rights Heritage Center, South Bend
Feb. 27, 7 pm, The State Theater, Downtown South Bend
March 7, 7 pm, Main Auditorium, IU South Bend Campus