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Minnow Media, LLC is a full-service multimedia production company based in North Carolina and produced Good Ol' Girls in association with UNC-TV. Minnow Media's goals for documentary projects include preserving the voices and stories of individuals, communities, sites, and events
that are on the verge of dramatic change or silence; and, enriching public discussion around issues of individual growth and social transformation.
Good Ol' Girls DVD Copies
A DVD copy of Good Ol' Girls is available from Minnow Media for $25 plus shipping. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to women's shelters across North Carolina. Click here to purchase a DVD. Or call: 919.656.7407.
Good Ol' Girls Performance Licensing
If your school or community theatre is interested in producing Good Ol' Girls, please send your requests for licensing information to BOTH firstname.lastname@example.org; and
Bret Adams Ltd.
448 W. 44th St.
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 765-5630
Cape Fear Regional Theatre
Cape Fear Regional Theatre is committed to presenting an annual series of professional, quality plays, performances and special events that, in addition to entertaining, will enlighten, inspire, and educate performers and audiences. CFRT seeks diversity in its artists, as well as its audiences. The Theatre brings together a unique combination of artists: professional from outside the region, regional professionals, and non-professionals. CFRT seeks to maintain a working environment of mutual respect and support, creative freedom, and collaboration.
Major funding for Good Ol' Girls was provided by The Jackson Center for Creative Writing at Hollins University. Since 1842, Hollins University has been a leader in liberal arts education for women. Hollins is a private university located on a beautiful 475-acre campus in Roanoke, Virginia. The university draws some 800 undergraduates from 43 states and 11 countries.
The Arts Council of Fayetteville/ Cumberland County
Additional funding for Good Ol' Girls was provided by the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County. Founded in 1973, the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County (North Carolina) nurtures, advocates, and celebrates the arts in the Cumberland County metro region. As a link between artists, arts and cultural organizations and the community, the Arts Council administers programs in partnership with a variety of local agencies to stimulate community development through the arts.