Out/Spoken 2018, June 21 @ 9:30 Club

Story District, Washington’s original, true-storytelling group (named the “Gold Standard” by The Washington Post) will present Out/Spoken in honor of Pride. LGBTQ storytellers will share true stories that will make you laugh, cry, and feel inspired Thursday, June 21st, 8pm at 9:30 Club. (Tickets: $25, Doors open at 7pm)

Storytellers:

  • Molly Graham, At 13, Molly’s world changes after her mother comes out.
  • Rayceen Pendarvis, After being eavesdropped on, Rayceen is forced to come out to his whole family.
  • Philip Reeves, Phillip leaves everything he knows behind, to escape the grip of his family’s cult-like, conservative beliefs.
  • Sherwet Witherington, Coming out as Bi, Sherwet faces being shunned by her mother.
  • Rebecca Buckwalter Poza, Rebecca deals with losing on the bond she had with her grandmother after coming out.
  • Jennifer Montooth, Jennifer deals with her self-image as her twin sister begins to explore a new broader non-binary identity.
  • Phill Branch, Phill has a wardrobe malfunction and hair disaster at prom, as he tries to become something other than who he is.

Out/Spoken is a seated show and will have ASL interpreters.

Out/Spoken
Thursday, June 21st, 8pm at 9:30 Club
Tickets: $25
Doors open at 7pm

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