Gay To Do: GayBill, CutN Paste & more
Your top gay calendar picks for this week.
GayBill: A Night of Broadway Shenanigans
Calling all theatre queens. Join Cleo Phatra, Kevin Vincent, Andrew Deitch and Audrey DiEnno at Tavern on Camac (243 South Camac St.) on Thursday, April 2 for GayBill: A Night of Broadway Shenanigans. This promises to be a Broadway night you will not soon forget with show tunes, games, comedy and more.
Doors at 9:00pm. Show at 9:30pm. $5 cover.
Guerrilla Queer Bar: April Takeover
The Welcoming Committee is is gaily taking over another typically straight bar Friday, April 3. The Welcoming Committee is a movement of people dedicated to expanding LGBTQ experiences beyond the Gayborhood. They take over straight bars, concert venues, sports events, performances, museums, travel destinations, and more in ten US cities. The Center City location for Friday's Guerrilla Queer Bar is still being kept under wraps, but sign up here to be the first to find out where.
Doors at 9:00pm.
CutN Paste Sprung!
CutN Paste is celebrating the arrival of spring on Friday, April 3 at The Bike Stop (206 S. Quince St.). Nolita Selector and PreColumbian will welcome special guest DJ Babes Kilbourne to the turntables. Spring looks highly encouraged.
Doors at 10:00pm. $5 over.
Vixens & Vagabonds Queer & Kinky Cabaret: Death & ResErection
In anticipation of Easter, award winning troupe Liberty City Kings Drag & Burlesque will host a zombie installment of their monthly Vixens and Vagabonds cabaret Saturday, April 4 at Tabu Sports Bar and Lounge (200 S. 12th St.). They promise gory deaths and fabulous resurrections right in time to celebrate the most famous resurrection of all. That would be Jesus.
Doors at 8:00pm. Show at 9:00pm. $10 in drag. $12 not in drag. $5 after midnight.
LGBTQ Community Seder
J.Proud Consortium will host a family friendly, fully catered LGBTQ Community Seder on Monday, April 6 at the William Way Community Center (1315 Spruce St.). The meal will be kosher for Passover with vegetarian/vegan options, wine, and dessert. Rabbi Isabel de Koninck will lead the seder.
Begins at 6:00pm. Tickets are $30 per person, $18 students and seniors, or $10 for children. For tickets.