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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Comedy, Play, Reading - Queerly 2024

Virtue and Grace

The fall of 1814, Kingston upon Thames. As four best friends ready themselves to court this season, Lady Grace Quimby schemes to attend events dressed as a man in order to court other women. With the help of her friends, she dons a disguise and navigates a convoluted web of lies. It is a farcical tale of love, gender, and societal pressure.

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Dance & Movement, Solo Performance - Queerly 2024

Ladies at a Gay Girls' Bar, 1938-1969

A 1990’s teen lesbian explores history and reckons with the power of femininity in this solo dance/theatre performance. Maggie Cee brings the history of 20th-century american fem(me)/butch lesbian bars to life, illuminating the feminine women whose stories are too often forgotten, but whose strength and determination paved the way for the gay rights movement that followed. Audience Pick, Philadelphia Fringe Festival; Philly Mag 2022 Festival Pick; Editors Pick, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. The Hartford Courant's Christopher Arnott calls it a "major highlight" of the Hartford Fringe Festival. This intimate performance imagines the queer past and passions between people who loved, fought, and created space to be themselves out of sheer necessity and determination.

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, Burlesque, Comedy, Play, Drama - Queerly 2024

Calico

After coming out as queer, Peach (she/they) doesn’t speak to their mother Chyou (she/her) for several years. Still, the future looks bright as Peach has built up a reputation as a burlesque artist, and is surrounded by a glamorous community that loves Peach for who they are. Suddenly Chyou gets into a car accident and develops retrograde amnesia, Chyou seems free of her trauma and prejudices which allows the two to bond closer than ever before. As Peach cares for her now amnesiac mother, Peach and her closest friends, Naveena (she/her) and Sunshine (she/her), begin to wonder if finding closure with their families is possible. Sunshine begins to renew hope about reconciling with her own estranged family, while Naveena struggles to find romantic love to spite and replace the parental love she never seemed to receive. They all begin to wonder if dance could be the path to healing not only themselves, but salvaging their given familial relationships too?

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Musical, Theater, LGBTQIA+, Dance & Movement, Drag, True Stories, Solo Performance, Burlesque, Educational - Queerly 2024

The Ho Must Go On

"The Ho Must Go On" a biographical burlesque, a confessional cabaret, follows Phillipe through his boyhood on the Broadway stage in the late 1960s, teen years as a disco queen in Hollywood of the 70s, as a young adult in a New Age spiritual cult, and a midlife career as an Erotic Masseur. Interwoven with songs from the many characters in musical theater who were Ladies of the Evening, from “Love For Sale” and “Big Spender” to “Bring On The Men”.

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Performance Art, LGBTQIA+, Clowning, BIPOC, Dance & Movement, Drag, True Stories, Solo Performance, Comedy, Play, Educational - Queerly 2024

A Drag Is Born

Winner of the 2024 New York City Fringe Festival 'Queerly Award', 'Best Solo Clown,' and 'Hummingbird Favorite!' In a twist of fate, a man is thrust into the spotlight for his drag queen debut. With advanced age, abundant body hair, and limited talents, he is an unlikely candidate. Clown, drag, and magical realism are the ingredients of a whimsical journey with delightful music and colorful outfits in which he discovers it’s never too late to embrace your true self. 'A Drag Is Born' is a nonverbal celebration of queer empowerment created and performed by Fulbright-awarded Canarian artist Edu Díaz and directed by Rachel Resnik. 'A Star Emerges'.-Manhattan Digest. 'Pure Magic.'-Sin Censura. 'Dazzling.'-Young-Howze Theatre Journal. www.edudiaz.com Creator and performer: Edu Díaz. Direction: Rachel Resnik. Assistant Director: Tinna Hoffmann. Stage Design: Bri Colombo. Lighting Design: Jen Leno. Production Manager: Jess Ducey.

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Play, Drama - Queerly 2024

Shake the Disease

River, a server at a resort, opens a vortex of queer power and rage after subverting a gay bashing.

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Comedy, Play, Reading - Queerly 2024

Virtue and Grace

The fall of 1814, Kingston upon Thames. As four best friends ready themselves to court this season, Lady Grace Quimby schemes to attend events dressed as a man in order to court other women. With the help of her friends, she dons a disguise and navigates a convoluted web of lies. It is a farcical tale of love, gender, and societal pressure.

Location Under St Marks

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Dance & Movement, Solo Performance - Queerly 2024

Ladies at a Gay Girls' Bar, 1938-1969

A 1990’s teen lesbian explores history and reckons with the power of femininity in this solo dance/theatre performance. Maggie Cee brings the history of 20th-century american fem(me)/butch lesbian bars to life, illuminating the feminine women whose stories are too often forgotten, but whose strength and determination paved the way for the gay rights movement that followed. Audience Pick, Philadelphia Fringe Festival; Philly Mag 2022 Festival Pick; Editors Pick, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. The Hartford Courant's Christopher Arnott calls it a "major highlight" of the Hartford Fringe Festival. This intimate performance imagines the queer past and passions between people who loved, fought, and created space to be themselves out of sheer necessity and determination.

Location Under St Marks

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, Burlesque, Comedy, Play, Drama - Queerly 2024

Calico

After coming out as queer, Peach (she/they) doesn’t speak to their mother Chyou (she/her) for several years. Still, the future looks bright as Peach has built up a reputation as a burlesque artist, and is surrounded by a glamorous community that loves Peach for who they are. Suddenly Chyou gets into a car accident and develops retrograde amnesia, Chyou seems free of her trauma and prejudices which allows the two to bond closer than ever before. As Peach cares for her now amnesiac mother, Peach and her closest friends, Naveena (she/her) and Sunshine (she/her), begin to wonder if finding closure with their families is possible. Sunshine begins to renew hope about reconciling with her own estranged family, while Naveena struggles to find romantic love to spite and replace the parental love she never seemed to receive. They all begin to wonder if dance could be the path to healing not only themselves, but salvaging their given familial relationships too?

Location Under St Marks

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Musical, Theater, LGBTQIA+, Dance & Movement, Drag, True Stories, Solo Performance, Burlesque, Educational - Queerly 2024

The Ho Must Go On

"The Ho Must Go On" a biographical burlesque, a confessional cabaret, follows Phillipe through his boyhood on the Broadway stage in the late 1960s, teen years as a disco queen in Hollywood of the 70s, as a young adult in a New Age spiritual cult, and a midlife career as an Erotic Masseur. Interwoven with songs from the many characters in musical theater who were Ladies of the Evening, from “Love For Sale” and “Big Spender” to “Bring On The Men”.

Location Under St Marks

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Performance Art, LGBTQIA+, Clowning, BIPOC, Dance & Movement, Drag, True Stories, Solo Performance, Comedy, Play, Educational - Queerly 2024

A Drag Is Born

Winner of the 2024 New York City Fringe Festival 'Queerly Award', 'Best Solo Clown,' and 'Hummingbird Favorite!' In a twist of fate, a man is thrust into the spotlight for his drag queen debut. With advanced age, abundant body hair, and limited talents, he is an unlikely candidate. Clown, drag, and magical realism are the ingredients of a whimsical journey with delightful music and colorful outfits in which he discovers it’s never too late to embrace your true self. 'A Drag Is Born' is a nonverbal celebration of queer empowerment created and performed by Fulbright-awarded Canarian artist Edu Díaz and directed by Rachel Resnik. 'A Star Emerges'.-Manhattan Digest. 'Pure Magic.'-Sin Censura. 'Dazzling.'-Young-Howze Theatre Journal. www.edudiaz.com Creator and performer: Edu Díaz. Direction: Rachel Resnik. Assistant Director: Tinna Hoffmann. Stage Design: Bri Colombo. Lighting Design: Jen Leno. Production Manager: Jess Ducey.

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Theater, LGBTQIA+, Play, Drama - Queerly 2024

Shake the Disease

River, a server at a resort, opens a vortex of queer power and rage after subverting a gay bashing.

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