First + 3rd Saturdays 8pm parties. private home on the East Side. No RSVP required, arrive/ leave as you wish. Out-of-towners welcome to stay the night. New-release feature films at 8:30pm, followed by requests from the large film library. See titles and reviews at the website. Separate areas for non-sexual, gay-themed films and hardcore sex films, where consensual safe sex is allowed.
February 3-4, 2017, 8pm (and 2pm Feb 4th) at Drury Stage, Bartell Theatre. Madison Ballet's midwinter performance features the work of up and coming choreographers who are setting the stage for the next generation of dance. Always challenging, and never conventional, Bare is dance at its most pure, sensual, and intimate. Coming up: Mar 31 - Apr 1, 2017 - Primavera - dance and music.
February 10-18, 2017, 8pm (also 2pm Sat/Sun) at The Barrell: A Life Enriching Community; Non-Refundable; A Lovely Little Life; Never Too Old; Lunch With “Friends”; Perfect 10; Rex Turns 50; Slow Dating; Fairy: Tale of Two Brothers Separate(d); Here or Back at My Place. See program:
February 17-19, 2017 at Overture Hall - Ultimate Tchaikovsky, The Last Symphony; Mar 10-12 - Peak Performance; Apr 7-9 - Colossal Piano; May 5-7 - Brahms' Requiem.
February 24, 2017, 10pm-2:30am at Five. Kick off with Karizma Mirage followed by the 2nd ONSIE PARTY - NO COVER. Come party with your JAMMIES on. You all got those great onesies for Christmas, so show them off! Special drink prices for anyone in a ONESIE + prizes for our favorites. PS...Ragstock downtown has some great onesies!
March 11, 2017, 9pm-2:30am at Five. A great night of diverse entertainment! In the back bar for Bear Night, with Quintin serving up good bear fun! In the main bar at 9pm, Saadi Fierce - for a show chock full of talent from across the state and more - and later DJ Neff and friends deliver Mexicana Saturday to close!
April 28 - May 13, 2017 at The Bartell Theatre. Perfect Arrangement by Topher Payne. In Washington DC during the McCarthy era, two secretly gay State Department employees who have married each other’s partners in a carefully constructed cover, are tasked with identifying sexual deviants within their ranks. Eventually, the four must decide whether the lies are worth it.
June 16 - July 1, 2017 at Bartell Theatre, 113 E Mifflin. This comic melodrama evokes the 1960’s thrillers Bette Davis and Joan Crawford starred in. A faded pop star, trapped in a bad marriage, kills her husband to be with her younger lover. Their daughter convinces their son to kill their mother to avenge her father’s death. Along the way secrets are revealed.
August 20, 2017 (TBC), this past year 12-5pm, on State Street in the 500 and 600 blocks. Kickoff at 1pm, march to the Capitol Square, around the Square and end with a rally on the Capitol steps. See website for date confirmation and updates.