QUEER NOT COOL's 'ORIGIN STORIES' Plays Secret Theatre in Long Island City, 5/5

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Queer nerds and their fanboys and fangirls unite in this monthly series where comedians, musicians, dancers, and performance artists share their geeky obsessions, ranging from sci-fi to Sondheim. Geek out with a new nerdy theme and eclectic assembly of artists each month. Forget the closet, get out of your mother's basement.

This month's Queer Not Cool focuses on "Origin Stories" and is hosted by stand-up comedian David Smithyman and features pop and musical theater offerings from Danny Baird, Zachary Infante and "darling of the downtown cabaret scene" John C. Hume, with a special solo hip-hop performance by Coco Dame, lead MC of the potty mouthed twee rappers Menya. Brought to you by Femme Fatale Theater.

Queer Not Cool will take place at The Secret Theatre (4402 23rd St, Long Island City, Queens NY) on Saturday May 5th at 10:30pm. Admission is $10. Beer, wine, and liquor will be available for purchase. The Secret Theatre is located right off of the E, M, G, and 7 trains or a short walk from the N, Q trains.

Tickets can be purchased at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/1681 or at the door starting 30 minutes prior to the performance. For more information, visit http://secrettheatre.com/LateNight.html or call 718-392-0722.

Queer Not Cool is a monthly event. Check http://secrettheatre.com or contact Femme Fatale Theater at femmefataletheater@gmail.com for future dates and line-ups.




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