Show Some Skin is a student-led initiative that invites members of the Notre Dame community to share narratives about identity and difference. We solicit anonymous monologues written by students, faculty, staff, and alumni, and select a compelling sample of these stories to stage as an annual public performance.
Show Some Skin is, however, more than just a theatrical production. It is a project - a movement - to engage the ND community in more meaningful, often deeply personal, dialogue about race, gender, sexuality, class, and other aspects of identity. We strive to make Notre Dame a more welcoming place for all.
Because of Show Some Skin's success, we are excited to offer six $500 grants to individual students or groups to tackle a project that addresses an issue or problem of local, national, or international importance. Go on the "Submit Your Project Proposal" tab below for details about submission.Submit Your Project Proposal
Questions about the proposal, or ways to get involved? Email us at
Follow these links for media coverage of Show Some Skin and viewpoints in The Observer. You may read all The Observer coverage of Show Some Skin, 2012-present, on their website.