We did it! Brouhaha: Trans Women of Color Comedy Storytelling

logo: Peacock Rebellion presents Brouhaha: Trans Women of Color Comedy Storytelling

Comedy for good, not eeeeevil

Thanks to the 700+ people who came out to support the super dope trans women of color at the Brouhaha Storytelling debut!

In case you missed it:

Peacock Rebellion and Queer Cultural Center
in collab w/
TGI Justice Project (TGIJP), El/La Para Trans Latinas and CUAV
present
Brouhaha: Trans Women of Color Comedy Storytelling
with:
Lexi Adsit (producer + co-host)
Luna Merbruja (trainer + co-host + performer)

Performances by:
Jade Hambaro
Chella Coleman
Elena Rose
Luna Merbruja
Star Amerasu
Erica Kane
Janetta Johnson
Alejandra Cruz

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015
Oakland Asian Cultural Center
388 Ninth St. (b/w Franklin and Webster), 2nd floor
Oakland Chinatown
$12-25, no one turned away for lack of funds

More info:
https://www.facebook.com/events/558556467580214/

They’re baaaaaaaack! After sold-out runs last year, Peacock Rebellion’s Brouhaha shifts from stand-up comedy to storytellingall trans women of color, all comedy, all for social justice.

Check out the debut of the first all-trans women of color comedy show in the U.S., fresh off a season of storytelling werkshopz.

These fierce fabulous folks fight back against all the bullshit, with a hilarious twist.

 

Don’t miss it. This comedy show will be a riot!

 

 

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*UPDATE: No ASL interpretation; we didn’t get requests by the deadline
*free childcare at 7pm show
*simultaneous English/Spanish interpretation at both shows, using headsets
*fragrance-free seating area, fragrance-free cleaning products in restrooms
*restrooms were all-gender
*fully wheelchair-accessible
*on-site parking garage (cost around $5)
*about 4 blocks from 12th Street and Lake Merritt BARTs and 1 block from AC Transit lines
*the event was live-streamed
*The chairs had a plastic seat and back connected to a metal frame; they didn’t have arm rests
*We didn’t receive any requests for large-print versions of the program book

“This event is funded by the Oakland City Council and funded by the City of Oakland’s Cultural Funding Program.” We also got some cash from the Queer Cultural Center and from CUAV; thanks!!!
(that didn’t cover costs tho, so indiegogo coming soon xo)

 

 

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