Join us during Pride Month for a performance by Framed Wolfe’s Production, “Out of the Closet, Into the Fire” a play by Jan H. Wolfe about the LGBTQ+ experience.
Tickets are available now for $30 each to benefit CASFV victims’ services. Light refreshments and hors-d’oeuvres will be provided. Curtains up at 6 PM at 580 Giles Rd., El Paso, TX 79915
Out of the Closet and Into the Fire, by Jan H Wolfe, is a curated series of stories about gay life from the perspective of 16 different people. All characters are based on real stories told or sent to her by real people. They’ve been edited, condensed, and changed to make the stories more universal, more stage-worthy, and to protect identities. The actors inhabit these characters and talk directly to the audience. They tell stories that range from funny to heartbreaking. They speak of loss, fear, resilience, and hope. The staging is simple as if the audience was sitting in a living room with interesting guests. This show runs for 2 hours, although stories can be removed to shorten the show.
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