The Great Griffon is a film, new media, and theatre company committed to breaking down gender and LGBTQI stereotypes through compelling storytelling. Its nine-episode romantic drama "Spring Street" is available to stream on YouTube and on www.springstreetseries.com. Its next live event, Seeking the Queer Voice: An Evening of New Works by Queer Artists, will take place this Monday September 25th at 8pm at the historic 13th Street Repertory Theatre, 50 West 13th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. The evening, hosted by The Great Griffon's founder David Beck, includes a staged reading of commedia dell'arte troupe Rag Tag Theatre's "Snow White" and performance artist Glenn Marla's solo show "Scarcity Fever".
“This is sure to be a spectacular, family-friendly event, and it would be wonderful to see you all there! Now more than ever, we working class artists, LGBTQ folk, and allies must advocate for the voiceless in our community, must keep singing where music is forbidden, and must keep sharing our truth lovingly and openly to the world, one audience member at a time.”
– David Beck, creator of Seeking the Queer Voice.
Recommended donation of $10, which includes all the wine you can drink. To secure your seat, visit the Eventbrite page here!
A Staged Reading of Ragtag Theatre's newest offering
SNOW WHITE and Performance Artist Glenn Marla's newest work SCARCITY FEVER
September 25th @ 8 PM 13th St Repertory Theatre, 50 W. 13th Street, NYC