OWLL brings together female ex-offenders, artists, human service professionals and the public to inspire public dialogue about the incarceration of women.
By amplifying the voices of women reentering their communities from prison in our workshops and productions, we promote their successful transitions as productive citizens and share their stories of strength and resiliency with the broader community.
"This has to be the most inspiring play I have seen since For Colored Girls.The focus on women and the pipeline to prison is an unspoken story that these actresses bring to life. The play is based on real prison stories from Boston. I was left speechless...you have done the impossible and set these women free.There wasn't a dry eye in the house. A MUST SEE!"
- Ashley Rose SolomonAudience Member
OWLL gives me a sense of belonging and empowerment, helping and teaching others that it is possible to live a productive life.