OF TRANSGENDER AND QUEER PERFORMANCE!
Thursday-Saturday June 14-16, 2018
*ASL interpretation provided Fri June 15 *
* Gala Performance & Reception Sat June 16 *
All shows at 8pm
450 Florida Street (between 17th Street and Mariposa, San Francisco) [Map]
$15+ sliding scale
TICKETS ON SALE MAY 1
FRIDAY: ASL interpretation — let us know you’re coming! firstname.lastname@example.org
SATURDAY: GALA Performance & Reception!
ALL NIGHTS: Post-show receptions every night with DJ Frida Ibarra, go-go dancers, photo booth, drinks & dancing!
Soul-stirring opera by Breanna Sinclairé
Anthemic Americana singer-songwriter Shawna Virago
Trans/queer trailblazers Sean Dorsey Dance
Queer bachata by Jahaira Fajardo & Angelica Medina
Same-Sex Ballroom champions Robbie Tristan & Ernesto Palma
Bomba dance and music ensemble Taller Bombalele
Contemporary R&B and Soul by Tajah J
Queer disabled dance superstars Alice Sheppard & Laurel Lawson
In Lak’ech bachata team Quisqueya
Queer, nonbinary-trans disabled dancer Toby MacNutt
emcee Annalise Ophelian!
NIGHTLY LINE UP ANNOUNCED SOON!
Jaw-dropping trans opera, boundary-breaking storytelling, world champion gay ballroom, queer bachata, gender-bending dance theater, live music and more? It must be the FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL — the nation’s most celebrated transgender and queer performance festival!
The 17th annual FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL offers Bay Area audiences fierce, exquisite, unapologetic trans and queer performance that is insightful, powerful, sexy and soul-feeding.
Artistic Director Sean Dorsey says “I curated this special lineup as a love letter to our trans and LGBTQ communities – to give us much-needed spiritual nourishment, comic relief, sass, mood elevation, love and power in the face of continued attacks on our communities.”
The FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a proud part of the 2018 National Queer Arts Festival! Read more about the Queer Cultural Center’s National Queer Arts Festival here….
Z Space is a wheelchair accessible theater. Seating is provided on floor level for people using wheelchairs & scooters, as well as anyone who cannot climb stairs (there are stairs starting at row 2 to the back of the theater). Tickets are general seating: accessible seating will always be made available upon request at the door — it’s also super helpful if you’d like to RSVP ahead of time to email@example.com
Bathrooms are wheelchair accessible and will be welcoming to all genders.
Friday June 15 performance will be ASL interpreted; reserved ASL seating will be available. If you have questions or would like to request ASL reserved seating Friday June 15, please email: production@