Paege Turner turns heads with their shocking and theatrical drag performances. They have been doing drag for 3 years in Atlanta. They also organize with SFQP and created shows like HUSSY: a queer variety show with a heart of gold and No Boys Allowed: an event series for non-men. They’re passionate about helping others and creating authentic… Continue Reading
Introducing the Gender Project cast! Rikki was born in St. Petersburg Fl. At the tender age of 13, on the day of his very first performance with Chuck Davis’s African American Dance Ensemble & the day of his father’s death, Rikki Mckinney made a vow to be one of the most unique African American Male Dancers in the USA.… Continue Reading
Introducing the Gender Project cast! Hailing from a background as multifaceted as their name, The Chameleon spins it all together for performing and teaching. They have been in the books, behind the scenes, and on the boards for over 30 years. Sixteen of those years have been devoted to their “wife,” Burlesque. They have taught… Continue Reading
Introducing the Gender Project cast! Gage Roque is coming to us from Providence, Rhode Island where he has recently been performing Boylesque in the surrounding area for more trans visibility while also going to school for building and property trades. He graduates soon and will be hitting the road to share his building knowledge with… Continue Reading
After being in the lab working on the soundscape for the past year, we are finally putting the finishing touches on. Now it’s time to get creative with our amazing crew of performers and with super fun props like huge juggling balls!
There’s a new track in the Gender Booth! This one is a dialogue between a trans woman and a cis woman about finding moments of gender euphoria. Let us know what you think!
There’s new tracks in the Gender Booth! Here’s one from Foluke where she delves into how ‘male gaze’ has impacted her self concept. A quick search on Wikipedia tell us that, “In feminist philosophy, the male gaze is the act of depicting the world and women in the visual arts and in literature from a… Continue Reading