June 7- 8, 2019 Queer Rebel Fest – 11 Years of QRP AAACC 7p doors / 7:30 Showtime Tickets $15-$25 NOTFLF Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/queer-rebel-fest-future-switching-may-our-rebel-hearts-stay-tender-tickets-60858438227 MULTIDISCIPLINARY Future Switching: May Our Rebel Hearts Stay Tender Queer Rebel Fest 11 celebrates the brilliance, magic and sheer survival of QTPOC in a world that would like to erase us. WE […]
June 7 & 8 In Lak’ech Dance Academy & Qcc present The 2nd Annual Queer Latin Dance Festival OACC, Times for workshops, shows, dancing online Tickets: $20-$100 Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-queer-latin-dance-festival-tickets-50388794240 Founded in 2017, In Lak’ech Dance Academy is a Queer, Trans, and Ally Bachata & Salsa Dance Academy, based in Oakland CA. The Directors, Angelica Medina […]
Two photographers’ focused on queer communities: Soraya Zaman’s new book and project, American Boys and a selection from the late Amanda Harris’ FemmeSpace. Although each of these projects was birthed for a different reason, together they bring a vision of the breadth of the Trans, non-binary and gender non conforming communities rising.
Creative Labor presents: Precarious Lives – Visual Art Exhibition Curated by Rudy Lemcke Thursday, June 6–Saturday, June 29, 2019 Opening: Thursday, June 6, 2019 6–9pm Main Gallery Screening of Tongues Untied by Marlon Riggs Celebrating the 30-year anniversary of the film’s release. 8pm Theater Stage SOMArts Cultural Center Precarious Lives Film, Literary and Performance Series […]
June 4, 2019
Brava Cabaret, San Francisco
Growing up a pale latinx, lesbian in a conservative, Mexican, Catholic small town in South Texas was not easy. Thankfully there was Charlie’s Angels and Stevie Nicks to the rescue! With her unique mix of brilliant story telling, honest, explosive comic flair, and powerful, soulful music (Melissa Etheridge, herself, gave her a thumbs up), Sandra unapologetically takes the road less traveled and proudly shines a bright light on what it means to have Queer Latinx visibility even in the darkest of days! You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll Glow in the Dark!
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June 5, 2019
Brava, San Francisco
Man Haters is a popular, award-winning comedy show featuring all women and queer comedians. Voted Best Comedy Show by the East Bay Express in 2016 and 2017, Man Haters has been featured in SF Sketchfest and recently made their TV debut on VICELAND’s “Funny How?” Hosted by local comedians Nori Reed and Dominique Gelin every fourth Thursday at the historic White Horse in Oakland.
June 2, 2019 SF International Arts Festival and QCC present Speaking From The Body Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture – Firehouse Theater 4:30pm Lucia August/Everybody Can Dance Tickets: $25 in advance, $28 at door. http://bit.ly/LuciaAugustTickets www.luciaaugustdance.com A dancer of tremendous joy’ **** (Edinburgh, Scotland Fringe Festival Magazine: Fest, 2014) These challenging times are […]
May 30 – June 8, 2019
Bindlestiff Studio, San Francisco
Queer Fuckery returns, boldly leaving behind the drama to bring on the dramatics! Join the QUEER as FUCK players as they go on a comedic multi- generational exploration of the dating world.
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May 31 Visibility Project & Resilience Archives, Qcc, APICC & CIIS present Performing Visible Resilience CIIS, 6pm/art opening; 7pm/performance Art Exhibition: May 1 – June 8 Tickets/Donations: $5 – $25 NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/performing-visible-resilience-2019-tickets-59616039178 Stories of comedy, drama, and resilience are featured in this unique performance and visual arts showcase. A cast of LGBTQ APA artists […]
May 28, 2019 Qcc’s Queer Poetry Slam RYSE, sign up 7pm TIX: $0-$10 Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qccs-queer-poetry-slam-tickets-61916978349?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete LITERARY Qcc presents its first Queer Poetry “Cash Prize” SLAM! We debut in Richmond at RYSE; and Richmond poets will be given priority. Featuring singer and poet Leo Lyons. Hosted by Audacious IAM and Mona Webb. This is an “All […]