Posts Tagged ‘lesbian’

TONIGHT: Black Women’s Anti-Homophobia Campaign Presents: Black Lesbian Life Stories

October 3, 2009

The University of Louisville’s Saturday Academy brings you Black Lesbian Life Stories. Join in as a panel discusses their own experiences on being both black and gay. The discussion will be moderated by University of Louisville professor Dr. Kaila Story, who is also the Audre Lorde Chair in Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. The first 25 to come will also receive a complementary beverage from Blue Mountain Coffeehouse. The event also includes a performance by Heaven and Earth 360.

Tonight, October 3
5-7 PM

Blue Mountain Coffeehouse and Tapas Bar (Corner of Preston and Main)
400 E Main St



Going Out: The L Word screening at Fuzion + afterparty

January 24, 2009

thelwordFuzion, a hopping new gay club in Louisville’s Butchertown district, will be hosting a screening of  The L Word Sunday night. This is unfortunately the final season of the show and while I’ve never seen an episode, it’s been on the critics’  what to watch list for a while, going beyond the stereotypical “gay show” niche.

Who’s dating who? Who’s breaking up with who? Who’s coming back? Don’t sit at home alone to find out! Watch it on Fuzion’s huge projection screen and chill out on their king-size bed and pillows. DJs The Ladykillers will be spinning after the show if you want to stay out and party.

9 p.m. – close

1335 Story Avenue


Going Out: Pulp – 1/17-1/18

January 16, 2009

pulpflyerPandora Productions, a relatively new playhouse in Louisville, will be presenting Pulp, a musical homage 1950s lesbian literature. The story centers around the steamy love life of Terry Logan, a “butch” who moves to Chicago in the mid-1950s. Pulp has five actors starring in six roles, providing witty, fast-paced singing and comedy at “The Well,” the bar where most of the action takes place. This clever 90-minute play was put together by Patricia Kane, a playright whose works have been featured around the country.

Sunday’s the last night for Pulp and according to past reviews, it’s well worth your time. If you can’t make it, Pandora is always cranking out productions throughout the year, as they’re one of the few locales in town that feature GLBTQ-related plays. For more information, please visit the production’s Web page.

Saturday, 1/17 – 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1/18 – 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m.

*Doors open 30 minutes prior to show

Burnbury Theatre
603 S. 3rd Street

Advance – $15 – Order tickets online
Day of Show – $17