Not really a night life person? Not really a drinker? Not really looking to get your genitals fondled?
You DO have options this Pride Friday! There are actual events out there that don’t necessarily focus on staying up to the Crack of Some Trick’s Ass with a layer of bodily fluids, Fireball and Magic Mushroom dust covering your body.
The PrideFest Film Festival has homocentric movies at The Egyptian tonight (Friday) and Saturday at Midnight…
Friday 6/26: Egyptian Midnight Movie
Paris is Burning – $12 ($7 SIFF members)
Saturday 6/27: Egyptian Midnight Movie
Hairspray (John Waters) – $12 ($7 SIFF members)
For the Under 21 crowd there’s the 5th annual GLSEN Pride Dance for LGBTQA youth!
Pre-Registration is required. Please go to http://www.glsenwa.org/
When: Friday, June 26, 2015
Time: Doors at 7 pm, Music 8 – 11 p.m.
Location: Belltown Community Center (Venue capacity 150, Register Below)
Age: 21 and younger
Sponsored by GLSEN WA, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Seattle Pride.
Music by: DJ Ace Chico
Emcee by: DonnaTella Howe
Make-up table by: Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Lorenzo S MJ
Sara Monét Paradisco
OR, get your butts to Hugo House to see the closing weekend of the hilarious gender bending, camp classic theater mash-up, “Are You There God? It’s Me, Karen Carpenter” which blends Judy Blume’s beloved YA novel with the music of The Carpenters. It’s a kooky musical with gender switched roles (for guys and gals) and a colorfully vivid aesthetic that will knock you socks off.
Highlights include the delightful Emily Rose Frasca as the lead Margaret, who’s desperate to get both boobs and her period; Olivia Lee as passive-aggressive best friend Nancy; and Seattle newcomer Abbey Roads as goofy friend, Gretchen.
PLUS, live versions of beloved songs from The Carpenters.
Tickets HERE or at the door.