Queer To Tell: a Pride Month Storytelling Series
Nick Eibler (The Prom, Fly) & Lavender Public, in association with On The Quays, are thrilled to announce Queer To Tell: a Pride Month Storytelling Series this upcoming June. Queer To Tell is a storytelling series that takes place over three weeks during Pride Month at different LGBTQIA+ owned businesses. Each show will have a different theme inspired by the venue for the evening and host a variety of Queer-identifying storytellers. Tickets are $15.
Queer To Tell was created as a way to share the wide breadth of LGBTQIA+ experience in a non-conventional, intimate yet performative way, cultivate intergenerational community, and highlight the wide variety of Queer-owned businesses and spaces thriving in New York City today. Come celebrate Pride Month for a wonderful night in Queer spaces, celebrating Queer voices, telling even Queerer stories!
The dates, themes, and venues for the shows are:
June 9th: “Tales of the City”: Stories of finding success, peace, loss, love, anything that takes place in and centers this great city of ours.
June 15th: “You Are What You Wear”: Stories inspired by the incredible fashion and presentation of LGBTQIA+ people.
June 22nd: “David Bowie Made Me Gay”: Stories about Icons, Movie/Book/ TV Characters, and other figures who helped LGBTQIA+ people find/shape their identities.
Seating is limited so get you tickets now and arrive early to each show to guarantee seating. Each business will be open prior to the show with a different sale going on. All proceeds from venue sales will go towards The Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Transgender Law Center, and Colectivo Intercultural Transgrediendo.
Follow @queer.to.tell on Instagram for the show lineups and more content featuring the incredible venues!