Women of Faith

Ever wondered more about the experiences of obscure women in church history? Amber Richardson and eight other theatre performance majors at BYU did, and so they researched and wrote the play Women of Faith, which was recently staged at BYU. However, they’d like their project to reach even more people, and want to turn the play into a film. The only catch? They need money. $4500 by May 20th. And they want your help.

Check out the project’s website:

And their kickstarter page:

Women of Faith
A short film telling the incredible true stories of 6 LDS women choosing to be women of faith. Would you bite the fruit?

About Shelah

(Co-Editor-in-Chief) lives in Salt Lake City with her husband and six kids. She has a BA in English Teaching from BYU, an MA in American Culture Studies from Washington University in St. Louis, and an MFA in Creative Writing at BYU. Her work has been published in Dialogue, the Mormon Women Project, Irreantum, BYU Studies, and Segullah. When she’s not writing or wrangling, she can often be found running through the city in the pre-dawn darkness.