I hope you had a safe Pride. I hope you are taking care of yourself as you mourn Orlando, mourn Istanbul.
I’m very much looking forward to sharing a space with the great people at Queer Rebels. They’re a wonderful organization that promotes the work and love and art of Queer POC performers.
There is a ton of info below, but if you want to come to the night I’m Performing, buy tickets for July 1rst. That is the one I’m going to be at. Hope to see some of you there.
love, Baruch Porras Hernandez.
Queer Rebels Productions & QCC
QUEER REBELS FEST!
July 1 & 2
AAACC, 7PM DOORS; 7:30PM SHOW
KB Boyce and Celeste Chan/ Queer Rebels
$12-$25 sliding scale, BPT
BPT Link July 1:
BPT Link July 2:
QUEER REBELS FEST 2016 is 2 shows, a different cast each night. Our theme, THE FIGHT FOR HOME, weaves together 1) Black Queer/Trans Voices and 2) Queer/Trans People of Color activist art. PLEASE SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR BIOS: WWW.QUEERREBELS.COM
MORE DETAILS TBA!!
Fierce drag queens dance off the Google buses of San Francisco. Black and Asian communities join forces in the struggle for racial justice, instigated by the LA Riots, Rodney King’s beating, and Tian Sheng Yu’s death in Oakland. A Two-spirit artist journeys in gender to find home within the self. Black Lives Matter, stretching now and into infinity with Afrofuturism. Home is displacement, a transtastic Hà Nội music video/ visual poem on the 40th anniversary of the Việt Nam War. For a Chican@ transgender teen in LA, what is home but a haunting? In Vietnamese, the word “nước” means water, country, nation, and homeland. To ask “nước nào?” is to ask, “Where is your country? Where is your home?”
Mission of Queer Rebels: Founded in late 2008 by artists KB Boyce and Celeste Chan, Queer Rebels showcases queer/trans artists of color, connects generations, and honors our histories with art for the future.