Too Queer: A Bi Visibility Cabaret at Pride 2016!
Too Queer: A Bi Visibility Cabaret is an arts-based community-engagement project created by Katie Sly, which has making and holding space for art addressing bisexuality since 2014. For the purposes of this project, bisexuality and/or pansexuality is a sexual orientation that describes attraction to persons of more than one gender.
After 2 years, 3 standing room-only performances, and most importantly, after fighting for a way for bisexuals, pansexuals, and our allies to meet one another and be seen, our Pride 2016 performance event will be hosted by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, the worlds longest-running and largest queer theatre!
You will see visual art! You will see performances that will stretch across the spectrum from live music, to poetry, to dance, and everything in between!
This is the night bisexuals, pansexuals and our allies TEAR THE HOUSE DOWN.
Date: SATURDAY JUNE 25, 2016
Time: Doors at 7:30PM, Performances start at 8PM
Location: BUDDIES IN BAD TIMES THEATRE, 12 Alexander St., Toronto ON
Admission: $20 Regular, $10 Student/Arts Workers/Under-employed
Tickets available at the door or in advance at http://buddiesinbadtimes.com/show/too-queer-a-bi-visibility-cabaret/
Stay tuned for the full list of performers! Very special thank you's to Dorcas Chiu for stage managing this event and to Franny McCabe-Bennett for being this event's emcee!
We are working on securing ASL interpretation for this event, and will update this event if ASL interpretation is confirmed.
A huge thank you goes to evalyn parry and Buddies In Bad Times Theatre for hosting our event!
This event is produced with the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is an accessible venue with gender-neutral bathrooms.
For the safety of all performers and audience members, please arrive scent-free.
For documentary purposes, these performances will be videotaped.
It is not advised to bring children under the age of 14 to this event.
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