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‘Transgender Monologues’ returns

By | 2005-10-27T09:00:00-04:00 October 27th, 2005|Uncategorized|

FLINT – TransGender Michigan will present “Transgender Monologues” on Saturday, Nov. 19 at Flint’s Good Beans Cafe. The show has previously been produced at Michigan State University and was “a big success,” according to TransGender Michigan organizer Carrie Tune-Copeland.
Transgender Monologues will be a production showcasing the real life experiences of transgender individuals and their significant others, families, friends, and allies and will be held in honor of the Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20.
TransGender Michigan is seeking submissions about individuals’ personal experiences. Those whose stories are selected to be in the show will have the option to perform their own dialogue, or let someone else perform the piece. TransGender Michigan is also looking for volunteers to perform the chosen articles.
Individuals who wish to perform should contact Carrie Tune-Copeland at carrietunecopeland@comcast.net. Submissions are to be sent to Tune-Copeland as well. Submissions should be limited to five minutes in length. Those submitting pieces should indicate whether or not they would like to perform their work themselves. TransGender Michigan reserves the right to edit submissions.

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