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Performance activist Ian MacKinnon brings the past to life by tracing the history of gay people in new ways never before seen on stage. With the aid of his magic time-traveling chaps and sexy Genie guide, Ian cruises a plethora of gay historical figures in his one-man multi-media series. Along the way he covers thousands of years of homo-history to create an evening of laughs and lust, eros and education, humor and heroism. The Gay Hist-Orgy revives our hidden history in living color, beginning in the ancient world, and tracing the evolution of gay consciousness up to the present day. Including but also going beyond the already famous icons of gay history, Ian introduces the audience to more obscure, but equally fascinating figures who bravely pioneered gay liberation against the odds. Ian shows how these bold and affirming individuals risked persecution and even death to honor the calling of their hearts, and to create the artistic and philosophical works that inspire us all.
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Time 7:00 PM-10:30 PM
Price $10-$20
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Spirit Studio Silverlake
2601 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
323-319-7836
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