October 5, 2017 at 12:37 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
D.C. Queer Theatre Festival goes ‘Solo’
Elizabeth McCain, gay news, Washington Blade, Queer Theatre Festival

Elizabeth McCain (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

D.C. Queer Theatre Festival’s show “Going Solo” will be at Anacostia Arts Center (1231 Good Hope Rd., S.E.) Oct. 13-14 at 7 p.m.

The showcase will feature six solo plays ranging from campy comedy to surround the theme of  love and loss. Comedian Elizabeth McCain (seen here) will perform her one-woman show “A Lesbian Belle Tells.” Other performers include Christopher Prince, J. Scales, George-Warren Roo DeLessin, Xemiyulu Manibusan and Regie Cabico. General admission tickets for one night are $20. For two nights, tickets are $35. VIP ticket for one night is $30. It includes VIP seating, entry to the opening night reception and two complimentary cocktails. VIP tickets for two nights are $55.

The festival, founded in 2012, is dedicated to giving voice to underrepresented artists.

For more details, visit dcqueertheatrefest.org.

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