"Two Truths and a Lie" benefits Out North

As we wrote last week, Out North needs our help. A national funder representing one-third of Out North's budged has “changed direction," and Out North need to raise money in order to keep giving us all the top-notch stuff they've been giving us for the past 25 years.

One way you can help is to visit Out North's blog and hit the "Donate" button.

Or, you can attend one, or even both, of Out North's performances this weekend of Scott Turner Schofield's "Two Truths and a Lie" -- all proceeds of which will benefit Out North.

Friday, Nov. 26 and Saturday, Nov. 27
8:00 PM

Tickets available only at the box office at Out North.

$20 door

$15 60+ and Military
$13 Student rush (15 mins before the show)

Double it and stay for STS DJ dance party afterwards!

(Even if you don't stay for the dance, please feel free to help Out North
further by doubling the price of your ticket.)

Here's how Out North describes this great program, written and performed by Out North's award-winning artistic director, Scott Turner Schofield:

Two Truths and a Lie is a memoir passing as three solo plays written and performed by Scott Turner Schofield. From inside his young life on the Homecoming Court and Debutante Ball circuit (in a dress), armed with only a decoder ring and a gifted tongue, Schofield comes out with truly unbelievable stories of a body in search of an identity. By turns slapstick and slap-to-the-face, this drama invites audiences and readers to explore gender, sex, sexuality, and self in their own first person.

In performance, the book comes alive in the style of a "choose your own adventure" story where audiences choose which stories they want to hear. Warm, funny, multi-media tales ensue to answer all the questions about one transgender person you always wanted to know.

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