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Stones to Rainbows/Gay to Queer Lives
Thursday, June 16, 2022        7:00pm
Friday and Saturday, June 17, 18, 2022       
6:00pm and 8:30pm
Sunday, June 19, 2022        2:00pm 
March 8, 2022:

QUEER CABARETS, the performance project that has grown from STONES TO RAINBOWS/GAY TO QUEER LIVES, the award winning  multi-media installation developed with LGBTQ+ voices from all points on the spectrum by Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion, comes to the stage this coming Pride Month – June, 2022.

In association with co-presenter Central Square Theatre, 4 evenings of QUEER CABARETS will take the stage June 16- 19, 2022. 

Live performers for QUEER CABARETS are all members of the Boston-region’s eclectic LGBTQ+ artist community – singers, comedians, dancers, poets and drag artists. 

QUEER CABARETS will be presented with a rotating cast of intergenerational and intersectional performers that perform live  – cradled by an installation of previously recorded  multi-media interviews featuring area and national LGBTQ+ community members, ages 20’s to 70’s and from all points on the LGBTQ+ spectrum. Expect performances of stellar music, dance, spoken word, comedy and just downright fabulousness – can we say high-heeled pole-dancing meets Cole Porter? –  along with the funny and often poignant reflections on gay to queer lives over the span of 100 years. 

Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion
And Central Square Theater 

Stones to Rainbows/Gay to Queer Lives
June 16, 17, 18, 19

Ticket Link  Available One Month Prior to Opening Night


For more information:
Maegen Killeen

Stones to Rainbows/Gay to Queer Lives  is  a testament to decades’ worth of persistence and resilience, love and life that has created our current  queer community. 

The success of the multi-media installation Stones to Rainbows/Gay to Queer Lives comes from  the intersection of artists and community, a full spectrum of self-identification, and a range of unique and diverse voices representing the LGBTQ+ community. With the addition of live QUEER CABARETS as we emerge from the isolation of COVID, the shows become a living metaphor of the need for community to gather- and that includes our queer community and our allies.