Queer Fringe Party! A celebration and peek at the LGBT offerings in this year’s festival

queer-fringeBay Bryan and Arten Yatsunov have brought their Fringe show GROWING INTO MY BEARD to Philly from NYC, but they’re not just here to perform, they’re here to PARTY. Monday night at 7pm at TABU Bar & Lounge they are hosting a celebration of Queer Fringe, featuring selections from this year’s most innovative queer artists, some drinks, some karaoke, and a whole lot of friendly faces. $5 cover includes 1 free drink ticket. [TABU Bar & Lounge, 200 S 12th Street] September 7, 2015; facebook.com/events/1476783415980996.

Featured Performances by:

Growing Into My Beard
written/performed by Bay Bryan
+ directed/produced by Artem Yatsunov

by eXposed Theatre Company

Me First: An Autobiographical Comedy About Dying
by Cursed Church Artists Collective

The Pop Musical Diary Of A Gay Man
by Christopher McGinnis

by Pretty Girl

Plus special appearances by:
Gunnar Montana of Purgatory, Not For Profit by Ferdinand Productions, The Most Awkward Love Life of Peabody Magoo by Branond Monokian and Love Drunk Life, Jessica Noel and Leslie Davidson of Sit Down Stand Up, Traces Of She, ANDY: A Popera, Tangle Movement Arts, and Martha Graham Cracker.

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Christopher Munden

Your faithful correspondent and publisher Christopher Munden has written and edited for many publications, websites, and cultural institutions. He was an editor/publisher of the Philly Fiction book series, collections of short stories written by local writers and set in Philadelphia. He's also a soccer coach and a pretty good skier.