The Coming Out Monologues are a collection of stories authored and performed by LGBTQ Oregonians. These stories are a representation of our diverse and unique experiences from people who identify as lesbian, gay, bi, pan, trans, queer, non-binary, or as an ally. This is a rare opportunity to hear fierce, moving, emotional, funny, inspiring, and uplifting coming out stories from our community. This year, we’re going virtual with a YouTube Live event and with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color performers who will share their coming out monologues!
Tickets are $5 so sign up now for this moving evening of community and storytelling! When you sign up here, you’ll receive the YouTube event link in your confirmation email.
Directed by Ted deChatelet • Produced by CM Hall
The event will support Basic Rights Oregon’s Equality PAC.
The event will be ASL interpreted. For more information or to submit your story: firstname.lastname@example.org