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OUT & PROUD Virtually! Featuring Queer Latinx Artists!
Saturday, October 10 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, the Queer Corazones de Esperanza, the Pride Center San Antonio, LULAC 22198 – Orgullo de San Antonio, and the Autonomous Brown Berets De San Anto invite you to join us for “OUT & PROUD Virtually! Featuring Queer Latinx Artists,” on Saturday, October 10th at 8PM Central Standard Time (CST)! This event is in celebration of Latino Heritage Month and National Coming Out Month!
This show will feature artists Anel Flores, Marga Gomez, Jade Esteban Estrada, Dan Guerrero, Monica Palacios, & Krudas Cubensi! Come out! Be out! Estamos aquí!
Admission for this show is $5-10 más o menos. Purchase tickets @ Eventbrite/ Queer Latinx Show
For questions, call 210.228.0201 & leave a message or email email@example.com
Monica Palacios is the creator of solo shows, plays, screenplays, short stories, stand-up comedy, poems, featuring the Latinx LGBTQ experience. Monica is featured in the queer documentary STAND UP, STAND OUT: The Making Of A Comedy Movement, 2019. Monica was selected as the Lakes Writer-in-Residence at Smith College 2019. Palacios has received numerous awards for her contributions to the Latinx LGBTQ population, most recently from the City of Los Angeles as a Latinx LGBTQ Trailblazer 2017. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa declared October 12, 2012 “Monica Palacios Day” honoring Monica’s pioneering career as a Chicana lesbian performer. www.monicapalacios.com
Marga Gomez, out and proud Latina Lesbian, is the three time winner of the “Best Of The Bay Comedian” SF Guardian and the GLAAD Awards. Since the pandemic she has been performing virtually coast to coast, and even got an online review from The New York Times, “No zoom window can contain the outsize personality of Marga Gomez.” Marga has appeared on Comic Relief with the late Robin Williams, who called her “Amazing… A lesbian Lenny Bruce” She is also the writer/performer of thirteen solo plays which have been produced in San Antonio at Esperanza, Off-Broadway and internationally. Her acting credits include “The Vagina Monologues” with Rita Moreno and Vicki Lawrence, and a guest role on “Sense8” (Netflix.) Her website is www.margagomez.com