*SOLD OUT*”Mommy Queerest” APIQWTC Benefit Night! Saturday, March 15, 2014

Posted on Feb 11, 2014 in Past Events

***THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! But you can still attend on another, regular performance date, to see Kat’s show, which has opened to rave reviews in the Chronicle, Examiner, and Advocate. Two additional performances have been added to the show’s run, and tickets are available at: http://m.bpt.me/event/547871
Thanks for supporting Kat and our local queer API talent!***

Join us and Kat Evasco for her original one-woman show “Mommy Queerest” followed by an exclusive Q&A with Kat herself!

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WHO: APIQWTC community, friends, supporters and YOU!
WHAT:
“Mommy Queerest” APIQWTC Benefit Night, featuring Kat Evasco *Exclusive post-show Q&A with refreshments
WHEN: Saturday, March 15th, 2014  @ 8PM
WHERE: Exit Studio, 156 Eddy Street, SF *ADA Accessible

TICKET COST: $20-$50 sliding scale *Proceeds will benefit APIQWTC internship and scholarship programs and community events*
BUY HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/549952
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ABOUT: “Mommy Queerest” is a comedic, autobiographical, one-woman show written by Kat Evasco and John Caldon, performed by Kat Evasco, and directed by John Caldon. This new work chronicles the coming out process of a lesbian daughter and a closeted lesbian mother, illustrating how the reclaiming of their sexuality challenges and strengthens their relationship. Mounted as a solo performance, “Mommy Queerest” aims to celebrate sexuality, eradicate homophobia and break cycles of abuse.

Kat tackles conflict with humorous insight, while illustrating the experience of being a Filipina lesbian, gay Christian, survivor of sexual abuse and young American just trying to get some. “Mommy Queerest” contributes a voice that actively imparts the message of empowerment and inspires an intergenerational discourse among diverse communities. Her use of comedy invites the audience to laugh at the darkest human conditions, while providing a critical lens through which to analyze the detrimental effects of homophobia in our society. This play stems from the belief that silence enables homophobia and perpetuates cycles of abuse. With an in-your-face approach, Kat cuts through any pretense and dives into the core of these matters by placing her and her mother’s personal experiences of struggle and triumph center stage.

This show is recommended for those 18 and over due to mature content and language. Please use parent/guardian discretion in purchasing a ticket for minors.

See you all there!