CRIMINAL QUEERNESS FESTIVAL
Criminal Queerness Festival
National Queer Theater & Dixon Place Present
In Partnership With the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs and NYC Pride
Global stories for global impact.
June 2020 | Tickets on sale soon
Bringing together renowned queer playwrights from around the world, National Queer Theater and Dixon Place are providing a platform for artists facing censorship, shining a light on critical stories from across the globe. In order to build a truly global queer community, these writers are inspiring activism and shaping our culture towards the equitable treatment of LGBTQ people around the world. A Mayor’s Grant for Cultural Impact awardee, the festival is proud to partner with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs for community engagement and outreach. Don’t miss The New York Times and The Advocate recommended theatrical event of the Pride season!
"Don't skip" - New York Times
"Not to be missed" - Instinct Magazine
"One of six ways to resist at WorldPride" - The Advocate
"Can't miss...The National Queer Theater is giving a censorship-free voice to four international playwrights whose stories of love, oppression, and injustice shed light on the paucity of civil rights progress made in other parts of the world."
"Brilliant...The work itself will charm the socks off you. Another resounding success by National Queer Theater." - Hi! Drama