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The Queer Jewish Arts Festival 2022

Sunday, June 26, 2022 at 7:00 pm

Sponsored by the Grandchildren of Harvey M. & Lyn P. Meyerhoff Philanthropic Fund

In honor of Pride Month this June, join us for a series of programs celebrating multiple facets of our identities including gender, race, religion and class through film and theater. This festival will highlight local, national, and international artists who are making art with Queer and Jewish content and examine the complexity of how we present ourselves and move throughout life.

Pride Pass: To maximize your experience, take the full multidisciplinary journey and purchase a Pride Pass for access to all three events! Choose between an all-virtual pass or attend the stage performance in-person. All film screenings are presented virtually.

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2022 Festival Events:

IT GETS BITTER

Gordon Center for Performing Arts
June 16 | 7:30pm | In-Person or Virtual

Written and performed by Yochai Greenfeld, this one act Drag-Play deals with rejection and acceptance of queer people within the Jewish family and community.
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TRANSKIDS

Virtual Screening Window: June 20-26
A documentary film following four very different Israeli teenagers, on the verge of military conscription, divulge the turning points in their transitions.
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MARRY ME HOWEVER

Virtual Screening Window: June 20-26
A documentary film exploring the lives of Orthodox-Jewish LGBT people who willingly choose to marry heterosexuals and raise a heteronormative family, obeying the rules of their societies while denying their own identities.
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