The Cultch is pleased to present The Gay Heritage Project from Wednesday, March 2 to Saturday, March 19, 2016 at the Historic Theatre.
The Gay Heritage Project
- When: March 2 at 8:00pm (opening)
March 3-5, 8-12, & 15-19 at 8:00pm
March 5, 6, 13, & 19 at 2:00pm
Enjoy a lively post-show Q&A on March 3, 6, 8, & 15
- Where: Historic Theatre at The Cultch
(1895 Venables St, Vancouver)
- Tickets: From $20. On sale now at The Cultch’s Box Office, by phone at (604) 251-1363, or online.
“Strikes a perfect balance between reverence and complete, wonderful silliness…this is an hour and a half that simply flies by because The Gay Heritage Project is, at once, incredibly fun and so smart” – Daily Xtra
Three of Canada’s most gifted creators/performers set out to answer one question: is there such a thing as ‘gay heritage’? In their search, they uncover a rich history not often shared and shine a new light on contemporary gay culture. The result is a hilarious and moving homage to the people who came before us and the events that continue to shape our lives.
The Gay Heritage Project is helmed by Damien Atkins (Angels in America), Paul Dunn (PIG), and Andrew Kushnir (Playwright-in-Residence at Tarragon Theatre, creative director of Project: Humanity), with direction by Ashlie Corcoran and designs by Kimberly Purtell, Thomas Ryder Payne, and Cameron Davis.
After centuries of queer history being hidden in the closet and the loss of almost an entire generation to HIV/AIDS, The Gay Heritage Project is an important step in the excavation, preservation, and promotion of a community’s cultural history.
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Update The winner is Hadley