Hot Wing King
March 3 through March 5, 7:30pm
Winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for drama, “The Hot Wing King” is a fierce new comedy about the risks and rewards of celebrating who you are. It’s time for Memphis’s annual “Hot Wang Festival,” and Cordell knows he has the wings that’ll make him king. Supported by his beau Dwayne and best friends who serve as his fry crew “The New Wing Order,” the group settles in for a fun night of pre-competition prep. But when a family emergency forces Dwayne’s troubled nephew into the mix, it quickly becomes a recipe for disaster. Suddenly, the first-place trophy isn’t the only thing that Cordell risks losing. This is directed for the first time by its award-winning playwright Katori Hall (TV’s “P-Valley”).
Atlanta Pride’s All-1-Family Support Groups
March 4, 3pm
1530 Dekalb Ave NE
All-1 Umbrella is a biweekly group for transgender, cisgender, inter-sexed, non-binary and gender non-conforming youth ages 13-17 of all sexual identity. All-1 Connection is a biweekly group host by a master’s level clinician who will facilitate a therapeutic support group for biological parents; adopted parents; foster parents and any adult wanting to support LGBTQ+ youth. Therapists will assist and educate participants with understanding some of the most common questions or concerns that arise when supporting an LGBTQ youth.
XXX Rated Cougars
March 4, 9pm
The Eagle Cabaret presents XXX Rated Cougars with host Mr. Charlie Brown and co-host Shawnna Brooks, with special guests Amber Divine, Lena Lust, and Charmaine Sinclair Dupree.
Trans and Friends
March 6, 7 to 8pm for youth, 8 to 9pm for youth
Charis Books and More
Trans and Friends is a youth-focused group for trans people, people questioning their own gender and aspiring allies, providing a facilitated space to discuss gender, relevant resources and activism around social issues.
Still Twisted Broadway
March 8, 7pm
AID Atlanta returns to Lips Atlanta for its Still Twisted Broadway show. Hosted by Brigitte Bidet, the Ladies of Lips Atlanta put on truly memorable performances of the biggest Broadway hits…with a twist. The event features celebrity servers, dinner, performance and live surprises.
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical
March 18 through April 9, 8pm
The electrifying Queen of Disco shot through the stars from gospel choir to dance floor diva. The five-time Grammy Award-winner is known for her mega-hits. What the world didn’t know was how Summer risked it all to break through barriers, becoming an era’s icon and the inspiration for every music diva who followed.
My Sister’s Room
Traxx Girls presents R&B with DJs Miss Milan, Face and Bomshell Boogie.
Purim Off Ponce
March 11, 7:30pm
SOJOURN presents its annual fundraiser Purim Off Ponce tonight with a Xanadu theme.
March 14, 7:30pm
Hostesses Bubba D. Licious and Erica Lee and special guest performers will delight, amaze, and shock you as they call bingo, put on a show, and help raise money for Pets Are Loving Support (PALS). Tonight’s theme is ‘80s Bingo.
Sarah Lyu in Conversation
with Erica Waters
March 16, 7:30pm
Charis welcomes Sarah Lyu in conversation with Erica Waters for a celebration of “I Will Find You Again.” “All the Bright Places” meets “Ace of Spades” in this smart, twisty teen thriller about a girl who can’t stop pushing herself to be the best—even after losing her best friend and the love of her life. Register here – https://www.crowdcast.io/e/i-will-find-you-again/register.
One in Two
March 16 through April 1, 8pm
Out Front Theatre
Three Black queer men sit in an ethereal waiting room. One is about to be chosen to live the unforgiving story of a man diagnosed with HIV, struggling to be defined by more than his status. Ten years after his own diagnosis, Donja R. Love has written a fearless account of the reality for too many Americans. A deeply personal call to action, the play “one in two” shines a light on the people behind a statistic and the strength of the community they make up.
Finding Light & Resilience
March 18, 2pm and 7pm
St Luke’s Episcopal Church
The Atlanta Gay Women’s Chorus presents the concert Finding Light & Resilience.
PFLAG Support Group
March 19, 2:30pm
Spiritual Living Center
The PFLAG support group for parents and families of LGBTQ children meets in person.
LGBTQ Book Club
March 25, 10am
The LGBTQ Book Club, sponsored by Charis Books and More, is a group for LGBTQ+ folks and allies to read queer-themed books and books by queer authors. The goal is to have diverse thought-provoking discussions about queer identity, history and topical issues. All are welcome to join. This month’s book is “Go Tell it on the Mountain” by James Baldwin, Register in advance for this meeting – https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZckdOqoqD0jEtYnPWHRoP9FRAQ6_oRTUxkd.
Songs of the Phoenix
March 25, 3pm and 7pm
St Luke’s Episcopal Church
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus presents the concert Songs of the Phoenix.
Stars of the Century
March 27, 11:15pm
Don’t miss the rowdy Stars of the Century show tonight.
Where Are All The Trans MEN?
March 30, 2pm
Out Georgia Business Alliance presents the community event Where Are All The Trans MEN? A Trans Day of Visibility panel conversation. This virtual panel is being presented by Transformation Journeys Worldwide, an award-winning inclusion training and consulting firm. During this conversation, guests will hear from three trans men from different countries who are experiencing the current global volatility around trans rights. The link to the event is here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/where-are-all-the-trans-men-a-trans-day-of-visibility-panel-conversation-registration-528848930387.