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December 14, 2018 Comments Off on Free Show At Gay City: “AIDS-It’s In Our Blood: Stories of Love, Loss, Rage, & Survival” Views: 1192 *Seattle Theaterland, Arts & Entertainment, Cabaret, Capitol Hill News, Community, Community Events, Community Health & Wellness, News, Performance Art, POZ Community, Queer News, Seattle News, Stage

Free Show At Gay City: “AIDS-It’s In Our Blood: Stories of Love, Loss, Rage, & Survival”

Photo: Strangeways for SGS

Photo: Strangeways for SGS

It started Thursday, December 13th and runs through Saturday night at Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium space at 517 East Pike Street on Capitol Hill…it’s “AIDS-It’s In Our Blood: Stories of Love, Loss, Rage, & Survival”, a variety show with performers presenting work “related to long-term survival of HIV revolving around themes of love, loss, rage, and survival”. 

There’s a wide variety of performers including Chad Goller-Sojourner, Gretchen Douma and Gay City’s own executive director Fred Swanson.

It’s FREE but pre-register your space via BrownPaper Tickets!

Show starts at 7pm!


“Someday, the AIDS crisis will be over. Remember that. And when that day comes — when that day has come and gone, there’ll be people alive on this earth — gay people and straight people, men and women, black and white, who will hear the story that once there was a terrible disease in this country and all over the world, and that a brave group of people stood up and fought and, in some cases, gave their lives, so that other people might live and be free.”
– Vito Russo

• Ace
• Greg Brisendine
• Gretchen Douma
• Mark Fleming
• Chad Goller-Sojourner
• Jack John Hall
• Anthony Radovich
• Fred Swanson
• Julene Tripp Weaver


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