HISTORY

Founded in 2010, Girls Nite Out Productions came to life when actresses Jennifer Warwick and Janet Stambolian determined that the best way to provide more high quality theatrical roles for women was to create the opportunities themselves.  Since then, Girls Nite Out Productions has brought together a Board of Directors with diverse skills and expertise to play a critical role in strategically shaping the growth and development of our organization. We have created a very special niche in the northern Vermont theatre community. Our commitment to finding and producing plays and musicals that feature prominent roles for women of all ages (and some men, too!) sets us apart from others. The energy, talent, commitment, and expertise that has come our way is nothing short of miraculous, and reflects the spark we ignited in 2010 that continues to burn brightly to this day.

 

In 2011, GNOP was granted 501 (c) (3) status and we continue to seek out collaborative opportunities with other organizations, especially those with a focus on under-served populations of women. In 2012, one such partnership resulted in the creation of a series of theater workshops with Vermont Works for Women at the Chittenden Regional Correction Facility in South Burlington.  

 

For nearly 10 years, Girls Nite Out has continued to produce works of exceptional quality. We have made a commitment to taking on projects that are challenging,  rewarding, and thoroughly entertaining.  

 

Girls Nite Out owes its continued success to the dedicated commitment of our Board of Directors, our partners in the business community, and all of our loyal theater-goers. We do this work because we love it, and most especially for the continued enjoyment of our audiences.