Thank you to everyone who attended TRANS/ACTIONS!

Full video of the reading can be found below.


TRANS/ACTIONS, by K. Woodzick & Ayla Sullivan

A Staged Reading 

12:00 PM, Sunday, February 4th at Dairy Arts Center

(as part of the Theatre Made in Boulder Festival)

Trans/Actions is a docu-trans-ical that explores how to make the industry more inclusive of gender diversity through interviews, blog posts, online dating messages, poetry, song and dance. 

Logo designed by Max Nicholas Brian Cole-Takanikos:

Suggested ticket donation is $10, and all proceeds go to Trans Lifeline. Tickets:

Ayla Sullivan, the Communications Coordinator for the Gender and Sexuality Center at University of Colorado Boulder as well as Denver's current reigning Youth Poet Laureate and Naropa University MFA Contemporary Performance candidate K. Woodzick are collaborating to dramatize the narratives of trans and gender non-conforming theatre artists in order to distill them into a script, titled "Trans/Actions," which Woodzick will be directing at the inaugural Theatre Made in Boulder Festival at noon on Sunday, February 4th. 

Our cast will be primarily be comprised of trans performers sourced from CU Boulder, Out Boulder County and Phoenix, Colorado's Trans Community Choir, who will also perform an opening number. 

Harris Armstrong
Amy C. Buckler
Sara Connell
Crissy Michaels
Jennifer Molde
Luca Sisca
Ayla Sullivan
Atlas Tann 

Our audacious goal is that the staged reading and subsequent online video of the performance will spark a national dialogue about how the American theatre industry can swiftly implement practices to be more inclusive of gender diversity. The mentor for this project is Leigh Fondakowski, who was the head writer of "The Laramie Project."

We are so honored that The Catamounts have agreed to be our fiscal sponsor for this production, so that we can offer our donors the opportunity to make a deductible donation through Colorado Gives. This project also aligns with the Catamounts' commitment to producing adventurous, boundary-pushing work while employing a diverse body of artists. If you'd like to make a donation through Colorado Gives in support of the artists working on this production, you can do so here: