The 8 PM reading will benefit Green Chimneys NYC, an organization fostering LGBT homeless kids who have been ejected from their homes for their sexual orientation.
The evening will also feature the talents of Hunter Bell, Susan Blackwell, Celisse Henderson, Heléne Yorke, Jax Jackson, Cheo Bourne, Stephen A. Lance, Bianca Leigh, Tom Souhrada and Garrett Zuercher and the youth of Green Chimneys. Adrienne Campbell-Holt directs.
Queering History, according to press notes, redefines "LGBTQ history based on [the stories of the youth of Green Chimneys] and hundreds of other interviews [presented] in a theatrical telling."
The Producer’s Club (Grand Theatre) is located at 358 W. 44th St. Email email@example.com to reserve tickets. A $20 suggested donation can be given at the door.
The NYC Division of Green Chimneys (GCNYC) is dedicated to "creating safe space for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth who are in foster care or homeless. We seek to empower youth and equip them with vital skills and resources to help them enter adulthood as healthy, responsible members of their communities who feel supported and celebrated rather than disenfranchised and marginalized. By not problematizing their identities, we provide youth with the skills to focus on all of the milestones of adolescence -- free of the stigmatization they so often experience in other parts of their lives."