"Transitions" at Theatre Rhino1519443900000

Theatre Rhinoceros, the world’s oldest, continuously-producing, professional queer theater, was founded in San Francisco in August 1977 by the late Allan B. Estes, Jr. True to its queer roots, its first play, The West Street Gang by Doric Wilson, was staged in a SoMa leather bar, The Black and Blue. We are so fortunate to have this amazing, historic venue in our city!

Bridgemen have once again been offered complimentary tickets on Friday, February 23, 2018, for the world-premiere performance of their production of “Transitions,” written and directed by John Fisher.

“A surprising relationship between a young Republican and a no-nonsense drag queen almost set the world on fire. But in a moment of international crisis this romance might just save the planet, as Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are about to find out. A satirical drama ripped from the world’s headlines in the tradition of filmmakers Billy Wilder and Oliver Stone.”

NOTE: Attendance will initially be capped to 25 tickets. More seats may be made available later, but that’s not guaranteed. Because tickets are limited, as a courtesy to both fellow Bridgemen members and our Theatre Rhino partners, PLEASE ONLY RSVP FOR THIS EVENT IF YOU’RE 100% CERTAIN YOU’LL BE ABLE TO ATTEND.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked]-4549. See you there!

The Hunger Gaymes: SF-Marin Food Bank1519783200000

The mission of the SF-Marin Food Bank is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin Counties. Every year, about 225,000 people rely on their assistance, a figure which includes 30,000 families, 44,000 children and 29,000 seniors.

Join the Bridgemen for an evening of putting together wholesome, nutritious food items for those in need in San Francisco and Marin counties. We will work in teams to sort and pack the food donations they receive and get them ready to be sent out to distribution locations.

DRESS CODE: All volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes and will not be allowed to enter the building if wearing open-toe shoes or sandals. Please wear a Bridgemen T-shirt if you have one. If you don’t yet have a Bridgemen T-shirt, please tell me your T-shirt size BEFORE 4 PM, 02/27/18, so that I know to bring one for you.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup, by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked], or Point Man Matt Hall here on Meetup or by cell phone at[masked]-7133.

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