The Town With Very Nice People  by Domnica Radulescu  A Staged Reading
Jul
5
6:00 pm18:00

The Town With Very Nice People by Domnica Radulescu A Staged Reading

  • Ox Eye Vineyards

 

Directed by Carol Campbell

A feminist romp through a small Southern town

This event is free and open to the public. If you're in Stanton On July 5th, please come see this small, funny and satirical play. The Town with Very Nice People was chosen as runner up for the 2013 Jane Chambers Playwriting competition awarded by the American Association of Theater in Higher Education. 

(http://www.oxeyevineyards.com/)

 

Lady of the Beasts - a women's yoga retreat
Aug
26
10:00 am10:00

Lady of the Beasts - a women's yoga retreat

  • UUCF - in the Chapel

From the tribes that followed the Great Reindeer Mother in Siberia to the universality of the Trickster Goddess, there is stunning evidence of ancient belief systems that include heroines and goddesses who personified the attributes of the animal world. Through the embodied study of yoga combined with mythical relevance, we may have a greater understanding of the relationship between our shamanic past and how animal energies are revealed in our lives.

Experience a one-day workshop combining goddess consciousness with yoga and meditation. Geared for yoginis and those curious about the goddess, this practice will foster a connection with the archetypal energies to gain access to your own unique wisdom and power.

Bring your own mat, a water bottle and hand towel. Cost is $127. Students $97. Space is limited – reserve your space now! Yoga practice includes flowing yoga postures designed for all levels. All women (cis and trans) are welcome.

Carol Campbell joins with yogini, Marni Sclaroff (http://www.marnisclaroff.com/), and singer/musician, Ashley Cash (wovengreenmusic.com), to bring an exquisite combination of sound, expertise and presence to your yoga experience! We've sold out at most of our retreats so sign-up soon!

(credit photo: https://gathervictoria.com/2014/12/04/doe-a-deer-a-female-deer-the-spirit-of-mother-christmas/)

 


The Lesbian Wannabe
Apr
28
7:30 pm19:30

The Lesbian Wannabe

  • UUCF

A satirical romp: Join Jacqui Kabumba as she navigates her way through a journey of a corrupt political asylum process.  

Aphrodite's Door - A Women's Retreat Reclaiming Sexuality, Beauty and Power
Apr
8
10:00 am10:00

Aphrodite's Door - A Women's Retreat Reclaiming Sexuality, Beauty and Power

  • Unitarian Universalist Congregeation of FX - Chapel

A deep well of transformative knowledge exists in the form and narrative of the mermaid, aka water goddess. There is stunning evidence of a history that includes women who led in the cultures that regaled the goddess Aphrodite before she was coopted by the Greco Roman age. Through the embodied study of yoga combined with mythical relevance, we may have a greater understanding of the relationship between power and beauty and how it is revealed in our lives.

Experience a one-day workshop combining goddess consciousness with yoga and meditation. Geared for yoginis and those curious about the goddess, this practice will foster a connection with the archetypal energies to gain access to your own unique wisdom and power.

Bring your own mat, a water bottle and hand towel.  Cost is $127. Students $97.  Space is limited – reserve your space now! Yoga practice includes flowing yoga postures designed for all levels.  All women (cis and trans) are welcome. 

Carol Campbell joins with yogini, Marni Sclaroff (http://www.marnisclaroff.com/), and singer/musician, Ashley Cash (wovengreenmusic.com), to bring an exquisite combination of sound, expertise and presence to your yoga experience! Also, Alison McClatchy will be providing scrumptious food! (http://gratefullyrooted.com/about/). Vegetarian lunch with vegan additions will be served. 

Please click on the link below to sign up now!

Nov
4
8:00 pm20:00

The Goddess Diaries at GMU

 

 

We are excited to announce The Goddess Diaries is returning for its seventh year to The George Mason University for a one-night only performance at the JC Cinema on November 4th at 8pm.  The Diaries is an ensemble performance of moving and often funny transformative stories of women’s lives.  Tickets will be available after October first in the Women and Gender Studies Center.

Get ticket's here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-goddess-diaries-tickets-28672061909

For all PR requests contact:

703/901-9010

The Ghost of Strasburg - An Original Play by Carol Lee Campbell
Nov
20
Nov 21

The Ghost of Strasburg - An Original Play by Carol Lee Campbell

  • Joe's Movement Emporium

Circa 1928 in Central Virginia, where the ladies of the Strasburg Hotel offer more than a good night’s rest --- They provide sanctuary to lost souls. But when the wife of a policeman seeks refuge from her husband, the hotel proves anything but idyllic.  

From critically-acclaimed playwright Carol Lee Campbell (The Goddess Diaries) comes a new story that blends history with a touch of magic in a genre-defying drama about our dalliances with eternity.

We have two shows:

Friday, November 20th at 8:00pm

Saturday, November 21st at 3pm

Tickets are on sale now!  https://joesmovement.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0OF000000LauZ7MAJ

 

For more info:www.joesmovement.org

 

The Goddess Diaries at George Mason University
Oct
22
7:30 pm19:30

The Goddess Diaries at George Mason University

  • George Mason University - TheatreSpace

We are excited to announce The Goddess Diaries is returning for its sixth year to The George Mason University. The Diaries is an ensemble performance of moving and often funny true personal narratives of women’s lives. 

Tickets are on sale now! 

http://cfa.gmu.edu/calendar/2078/

For all press inquiries, please contact: 

Carol Lee Campbell

carol@carolleecampbell.com

703/901-9010

Since 2010, The Goddess Diaries has raised funds and awareness for women-based charities. Past performances of The Diaries have benefitted organizations that fight violence against women and provide shelter to victims of domestic violence and sex-trafficked youth. This year’s performance benefits GMU's Women and Gender Studies Department. We plan to continue performing The Diaries on college campuses and in cities around the country. 

A Very Special Wine and Cheese Event for Keep Her Safe
Jun
7
4:00 pm16:00

A Very Special Wine and Cheese Event for Keep Her Safe

  • TBA

Come by for a glass of wine and to hear some of the new and fresh approaches to keeping young women safe from sexual assault on college campuses.  Come also for a sneak preview of a new Goddess Diaries monologue.

Keep Her Safe is mobilizing parents to stop campus sexual assault. The Keep Her Safe approach is simple: harness the purchasing power of parents to make colleges safer from sexual assault.  School safety is quickly becoming a major criterion parents and students use when choosing a college or university: administrations are pressured to compete on making their campuses safe from sexual assault.

This is a private event.  If you would like to attend or contribute, please contact us.

 

Exploring Goddess Spirituality
May
12
7:30 pm19:30

Exploring Goddess Spirituality

  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax

Join Carol Campbell for a riveting presentation of goddess culture and religion.  Presented by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax's World Religion Class, this event is free.  UUCF is located at 2709 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton, VA 22124, program building, Room 5. 

Carol has twenty five years of experience in women’s health education and counseling, including inspiring and coaching women through her creation, Crone Stones, a meditation tool using sacred stories and goddess mythology. The much anticipated publication, Return to Wellness: The New Book of Crone Stones, was published in 2011. She facilitates coursework in feminist theology – sessions dedicated to goddess history, philosophy and art, conducting workshops and gatherings bringing ritual to the community. She is married and has two daughters.