OUT of Site: SOMA
OUT of Site: SOMA is a performance-driven *walking tour, placing audiences in the physical spaces of LGBTQ2+ ancestors. For centuries, the SOMA district has been a catalyst for radical change and a stronghold for queer and activist organizing.
Come with us through the hidden histories of SOMA: from Native American Two-Spirit culture to the Folsom Street Fair, Lesbian auto-mechanics to labor activists, dock workers to drag queens. Rediscover the neighborhood once known as Happy Valley, and come OUT in the streets with us. With Kai Brothers, Maria David, Brian Freeman, Marga Gomez, Ryan Hayes, and Landa Lakes.
DUE TO THE NATURE OF THE CONTENT & LOCATIONS OF PERFORMANCES OUT OF SITE SOMA IS FOR ADULT (21+) AUDIENCES.
OUT of Site SOMA takes place on the traditional, unceded territory of the (Ramaytush Ohlone) people, known today as the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. We recognize their sovereignty, as there are no treaties on these lands, and we are dedicated to building a new relationship between our nations based on respect and consent.
*Identified as a "walking" tour we acknowledge different needs around mobility and strives to be all-inclusive and realistic within a moving event. Please be in touch so that we may support you in joining us.
The tour includes both indoor and outdoor spaces and the sidewalks of South of Market, San Francisco. There are no stairs or hills to climb on the tour and there are places to sit and rest at a few of the stops. Anticipated distance is 1+ mile.
WAITLIST & WALK-UPS
Release of limited available tickets possible at the door. PRE-PURCHASE RECOMMENDED
LATE ARRIVALS run the risk of losing their ticket
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS
NOTAFLOF No one turned away for lack of funds. Please contact production(at)eyezen(dot)org
Support and see the show in exchange for volunteering. Contact production (at) eyezen (dot) org
Unable to attend? Please consider a contribution to Eye Zen Presents and elevating the stories of unsung queer ancestors. eyezen.org/donate
THANKS TO OUR COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS
OUT of Site: SOMA is made possible through the generosity of individual donors, organizations and community partners, including: Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District, Wicked Grounds, Cat Club SF, Howard Langton Community Garden, Queer Cultural Center,Bar Agricole, SoMa West Community Benefit District, Auto City Repair, Shaping San Francisco, TurnOut, SF Catalyst & San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance, San Francisco Arts Commission , Theatre Bay Area & CounterPulse's House Artist Program
(Artwork by Design Nurd)
Hosted by The GLBT History Museum
Sat, June 15, 2019 from 12:00 pm to 02:00 pm
CA 94103 San Francisco US