The DC Queer Theatre Festival on May 18th and 19th at The DCCenter by Joel Markowitz

In conjunction with CenterArts at The DCCenter, the DC Queer Theatre Festival will be presenting two nights of queer plays by playwrights in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

The first annual festival will take place on May 18 and 19, 2012.

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:

Here are descriptions of the plays.

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 2012 – AT 8 PM:

At The DC Center, 1318 U Street NW, in Washington DC,
$10 Suggested Donation

Fabulous Water Sports
By Roy Proctor. Directed by Allison Clapp.

Redskins vs. Rockettes
By Michael Bobbitt. Directed by George Grant

My Last Best Spouse
By Raoul D. Luna. Directed by Jay Hardee.

Panel:
Rooting for Our Voice: How Can We Grow Queer Theatre in the DC Area
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SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012 

At The DC Center – 1318 U Street NW, in Washington DC.
$10 Suggested Donation.

5:00 PM

for colored queer boys who considered giving up when giving yourself wasn’t ever enuf

By Mark Brown II. Directed by Alvin Ford Jr.

8:00 PM

Crestview Living
By Joan Bellsey and Andrea Grill. Directed by Emma Strauss.

The Terror Fantastic
By Nicole Jost. Directed by Bob Bartlett.

Deal?
By Rebecca Gingrich-Jones. Directed by Matt Ripa.

No Homo
By Alan Sharpe. Directed by John Moletress.

Secret Mist of Blue
By Barbara K. Asare-Bediako. Directed by Denise Hart.

Panel:
Looking Forward: What Can Queer Theatre Do for Our Community?

TICKETS

Purchase tickets here.

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One Response to The DC Queer Theatre Festival on May 18th and 19th at The DCCenter by Joel Markowitz

  1. Raoul D. Luna August 10, 2013 at 6:32 pm #

    Hi Joel. Thank you for posting this. It came in very handy just now as I was listing the performance history of the play, and I could not remember – a common occurrence these days- if the festival took place in May or March of 2012. I hope you are well and I look forward to future DC Queer Theatre Festivals.

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