208 West 13th Street, room 210
$10 suggested donation
Drae Campbell hosts four amazing nightlife veterans who will tell their wildest stories from their experiences in the great queer new york nightlife scene!
#TELL is a queer storytelling show and at 2 plus years is the longest running event at BGSQD!
I’ve been busy! Here’s a list of the stuff that i’ve been up to and also what’s on the horizon!
My monthly LGBTQ storytelling show, TELL, is ongoing at BGSQD
I just returned from San Miguel De Allende, Mexico where I emceed and headlined their 2nd annual international storytelling festival. Stories galore!
Additionally, I did my first ever college talk at BMCC on the History Of My Gender Presentation. For their college Pride month.
More college talks to come!
The Week of Oct 20th is a busy one:
10/21 Stand-Up at SUITE Bar
10/23 More queer storytelling! My monthly show, TELL at BGSQD at the Manhattan LGBTQ Center with Camille Atkinson, Hana Malia, Jay Lucero and Cara Kilduff. They will be telling stories of Chance!!! 7pm. $10 suggested donation.
I’m excited to announce that i’ll be participating in a huge and amazing project at The New Museum called X-ID Repertory
More on that later!
Thank you for sticking around and for encouraging me!
Love and hugs!
Bureau of General Services-Queer Division,w hich is inside the Manhattan LGBTQ Center on 13th Street. In Manhattan!
TELL, hosted by Drae Campbell
Featuring Kirya Traber, Kei Williams, Lady Quesa’Dilla and Chavisa Woods.
Thursday August 20th
$5 to $10 sliding scale. Nobody turned away!
Queer storytelling is important.
Our stories are so important. Our narrative belongs to us. Listen to this beautiful line up of queers each tell their story in their own way on the theme of VACATIONS!
WHERE: BGSQD at THE CENTER in Manhattan, 208 W. 13th St., RM#210
WHEN: Thursday, July 30th, 2015 at 730pm
HOW MUCH?: $5 to $10 suggested donation. Nobody turned away for lacks of funds.