The Wisconsin Monologues is a showcase of authentic narratives written and told by underrepresented groups of students on UW-Madison's campus. These stories are true accounts of positive and/or negative events. During the academic year stories are shared to build community and raise awareness.
Explore these pages to learn more about this project and the different ways to help and contribute! If you already know that you want to submit a story or become a reader volunteer, submit your interest now.
The process for joining Wisconsin Monologues is simple! In fact, it only takes the four steps.
1. Fill out the anonymous google form to share your story with us.
2. Volunteer to be a possible reader and be paired with a submitted story.
3. Review the submitted work and switch names to protect identities
4. Attend the marketed, public event.
Have your voice heard by sharing your personal, anonymous narrative. Check out our examples if you need some inspiration or guidance.
Submit your contact info to become a volunteer and read your peers' stories in front of a live audience.
If you have questions or want to learn more, don't hesitate to reach out!
Learn more about why Wisconsin Monologues is important to the campus climate and the voice it lends to people who feel like they have none.
Featuring the top talents from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Singers entertains more than 50,000 annually with stellar vocals, stunning choreography and spectacular big band sound from the past forty years.