Our Voices 1: Happy 100 Tennessee

We celebrated the 100th birthday of the 20th Century's pre-eminent queer playwright Tennessee Williams. And what better way to mark the occasion but with the launch of the publication of local playwright C.E. Gatchalian's book "Crossing & Other Plays".

ov1_100A Night of Queer Writing, Music and Culture
February 26, 2011
Rhizome Café, 317 E. Broadway, Vancouver

Featured performances from drag artist Vera Way, singer/songwriter Kate Reid, musician Hayfa (from Hayfa Makes Music), actor Tanja Dixon-Warren, clips from Tennessee Williams’ stories, a silent auction and a “Stella (and Stanley) Yelling Contest.” Hosted by Seán Cummings.

Complimentary food, licensed bar, and a guaranteed good time!
$20 admission. No one turned away due to lack of funds. *Subject to availability.

Community partner: Vancouver OUR Spaces Society

Photos from the event on Facebook here.

Book Launch: C.E. Gatchalian’s CROSSING

Our Voices 1 featured the launch of C. E. Gatchalian’s third book of plays, “Crossing & Other Plays,” published by Lethe Press, one of the world’s leading Queer publishers. The author read a monologue from his critically acclaimed play “Crossing,” which premiered in Vancouver in 2004.

Screaming Weenie is proud to be a part of the launch. Originally produced by Vancouver’s Meta.for Theatre Company.

Available at Little Sisters and Amazon.

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