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The Theater Offensive Love Event

By Charlotte Robinson, February 13, 2019
The Theater Offensive celebrating its 30th year in Boston is presenting a special Love Celebration Event on Valentine's Day with their OUT In Your Neighborhood Series or "OUT’hood" Series that will bring local queer & transgender artists of color to the stage in a performance on February 14th at Midway Café at 3496 Washington Street in Jamaica Plain, MA at 7P. This celebration of LGBTQ diversity will feature performances of spoken word, music, story sharing, theater & more. Featured artists will include Tatiana Gil, Black Bear Extraordinaire, Neon Calypso, Seraah Oose & Morgan Beckford. Abe Rybeck Theater Offensive’s Founding Director stated, “We developed the audience in Boston for LGBTQ theater by & or about queer & trans people, people of color, women & deaf & disabled folks by unapologetically producing radically inclusive, bold shows. This is just the beginning. Get ready to see what else we have in store for our 30th! There will be some truly momentous announcements this year, the biggest changes since our founding!” Out’Hood works with neighbors in Roxbury, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain & the South End of all ages 14 & up to create original performances based on their personal experiences. Their work is called OUT’hood because they go beyond traditional theater spaces. OUT’hood reflects the diversity of Boston, gives voice to underserved LGBTQ community members, creates avenues for cross-cultural dialogue & breaks down the barriers of homophobia, racism, bigotry & hate. Since 1989, The Theater Offensive has served its mission with groundbreaking interactive workshops & shows by, for & about our LGBTQ community. Tickets are $5 at the door.
For More Info & Tix..
LISTEN : Lee Wind Talks Novel “Queer as a Five-Dollar Bill” 
Hear Audio Chats w/ LGBTQ Leaders @OUTTAKE VOICES™


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