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TQ Live! presents a queer evening of dazzling performance, dance, poetry, comedy, resplendent fantasies, music, and more. This seventh installment of the annual performance series features artists and performers from the many LGBTQIA communities in the Pittsburgh region. Co-hosted by Joseph Hall and Duane Binion, this year’s line-up includes performances by The Dragon Sisters (NYC), SUPA’ NxC, Drake Phouasavanh, Jasmine Hearn, Remy Black, Samira Mendoza, Sensual Asexual, The Childlike Empress, Caleb Gonzales, and sarah huny young, with video portraits from the series “Life is Drag”,by Rachel Rampleman (NYC). TQ Live! 2021 is produced by Scott Andrew, Joseph Hall, and Suzie Silver with guest curator sarah huny young, and is co-presented by Carnegie Museum of Art.
Food truck and bar onsite!
About the Artists:
Please note this performance may contain adult subject matter and is recommended for guests 18+.
Co-presented programs at the Carnegie Museum of Art support artists and organizations with physical space and program resources. These mutually supportive relationships create shared audiences, expand programmatic offerings and contribute to the rich cultural ecology of the region.
TQ Live! 2021 is supported by the Opportunity Fund, Carnegie Mellon University School of Art, the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, the Sylvia and David Steiner Speaker Series.