Exerpts from Kenna Bruner's article from Dec. 3, 2018
When Emmy-nominated screenwriter Leigh Fondakowski asked why there wasn’t an online database of audition materials for transgender performers, K. Woodzick jumped at the opportunity to create such a resource for people who do not identify as male or female. Woodzick, a genderqueer writer, actor, director and CU Boulder graduate student, founded the Non-Binary Monologues Project in 2017.
The project received a grant from the theater department for the Non-Binary Monologues Project, which, as far as Woodzick knows, is the first and only monologue databank of its kind.
The website is listed as a resource in numerous educational theater settings. Nearly 10,000 visitors have viewed the site.
“We’re all humans, and we have more in common with each other than we have differences,” Woodzick said. “Hop on the website and read works by trans and nonbinary artists. We’re cool. Get to know us.”
For more information go to the Non-Binary Monologues Project.