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Winter LezFest: A Holiday CeleGAYtion!

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Winter LezFest: A Holiday CeleGAYtion

Tuesday, December 15 at Mary’s Attic

winter lezfest (3)Pride Films and Plays is delighted to present its first celebration of winter and holiday stories told by lesbian and genderqueer performers through music, movement, spoken word, and stand up. Winter LezFest: A Holiday CeleGAYtion is created and directed by Lexi Saunders and Amber Snyder, and will include exciting new talent as well as some of the talent which has made PFP’s summer LezFest such a sold out smash for the last two years.

Performers for Winter LezFest: A Holiday CeleGAYtion include Angelica Roque, Carolyn Reynolds, Lauren Sivak, Tien Tran, Liz Pazik, Gaby Labotka, Ali Hoefnagel, Darling Shear and Kate Hawbaker-Krohn.

Winter LezFest: A Holiday CeleGAYtion is Tuesday, December 15  at 7 pm at Mary’s Attic, 5400 North Clark. General Admission tickets for LezFest are $10 in advance or $12 at the door.

or call 1 800 737 0984.

LezFest raises money for PFP’s LezPlay program celebrating works written and/or performed by women with lesbian characters and themes. Two of PFP’s full productions in 2016 – Raggedy And by David Valdes Greenwood directed by Cecilie Keenan, and Resolution by Nancy Nyman and Heather McNama (which won PFP’s LezPlay Contest in 2015) and is directed by Charlie Marie McGrath will be fully staged world premieres that fall under the LezPlay umbrella.

PFP’s LezPlay Incubator meets on the first Sunday of each month, and artists interested in participating in the development of new lesbian work are invited to attend. Email lezplaypfp@gmail.com for additional information.

PFP is also hosting the LezPlay Queer Bits Film Festival at Public House Theater in February. Film makers interested in submitting a short work with lesbian character or themes that are written and/or directed by a woman may submit their film through FilmFreeway.com by January 15.

PFP’s LezPlay Weekend is September 2016 at Center On Halsted and features plays, and performances celebrating works for the stage or screen written by women with lesbian characters or themes.

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