Bilicious returns to the National Queer Arts Festival for its third annual showcase of bisexual comedy, music, film, poetry, and dance. This year's show celebrates Bisexual History through a playful mix of serious issues and entertainment.
Featuring Carol Queen (writer, speaker, cultural sexologist, and founding director of The Center for Sex and Culture), Free Roaming Chicks (performing Syncopated Dreams, an ever-evolving structured, improvised piece including spoken word and movement), Julie Cohen (Los Angeles stand-up comedian), Khalil Sullivan (performing his unique Mutant Choir Boy Blues), Nick Leonard (San Francisco comedian and performer), and Susannah Layton (filmmaker, multimedia artist, and artistic director of Bilicious Productions).
Panel discussion will immediately follow the performance with the performers and Maggi Rubenstein (teacher, therapist, and sexologist, who started the bisexual movement in San Francisco in 1972). We encourage audience participation by asking questions to the panel!
For more information, please visit www.BiliciousProductions.com
1800 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
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