“I AM” is the tale of Sonali Gulati, an Indian woman, who returns home after 11 years of absence to deal with the loss of her mother, who she never had the chance to come out too. The screening will be presented by 1708 Gallery. There will be a Q&A session with Gulati after the screening of the film. Doors open up at 6 p.m. and the screening starts at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments and a cash bar. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased here. All proceeds will benefit Gulati as well as 1708 Gallery.
Belly Dance Brunch
Enjoy brunch, cocktails and belly dancing every third Sunday of the month at Balliceaux. Brunch takes place from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 at the door and benefit the performers.
The Holiday Stops
Hope you got your tickets to this sold-out run! Join beloved Rose, Ginny and Euglena in the “Holiday Stops,” members of the National Ladies’ Organists League, who have book a hall for their Christmas show. But the fourth member, an African American deaconess, claims the room belongs to her. This is the last weekend that the play presented by Richmond Triangle Players.
3rd Sunday Estavaganza Drag Show
Come to Babes of Carytown to watch Esta Bunny and the Trailer Court during the trashy but oh-so-fun holiday “Estavaganza.” $5 at the door or canned food benefits the Fan Free Clinic’s food pantry. The show is from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 21+
Richmond Ballet presents “The Nutcracker” this holiday season at the Carpenter Theater at Richmond CenterStage. Watch as Clara takes the audience through her dreams of Spanish chocolate, Arabian coffee and sugary marzipan lambs set to Tchaikovsky’s score, performed by the Richmond Symphony. For ticket prices and show times, visit the Richmond Ballet’s website here.
Richmond Triangle Players has been RVA’s leading source for LGBTQ entertainment and theatre for about 25 years, but their lavished Scotts Addition location wasn’t always their home. Back in the early days, they performed on the third floor of the now defunct-Fielden’s nightclub. “It was a postage-stamp stage, you could literally watch the building crumble around [...]