Photo courtesy of Jeff Stroud.
Your gussied-up presence is requested at the William Way Center’s annual fundraiser, Indigo Ball . The glittering event includes hors d’oeuvres delivered butler-style, an open bar, four-course dinner and a DJ for all your rug-cutting pleasures. And because no gala would be complete without honorees, there will be special-recognition awards given out to a select few who have made a special impact on the community this year. Who dat, you ask? Among the list of recipients is Philly Dyke March, which will be named as Community Partner of the Year; the Lifetime Achievement Award will go to The Church of Saint Luke and The Epiphany‘s Rev. Rodger Broadley; and Mayor Nutter will be named Humanitarian of the Year .
If you’re feeling extra saucy, stick around for the third-annual IndieGoGo Dance Extravaganza that goes until 2 a.m. Whatever the case, this is one of the hottest LGBT tickets of the year, so you better reserve your spot fast. Sat., Oct. 5, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., and 10 p.m.-2 a.m. for IndieGoGo Dance Extravaganza, $200-$2000, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 118 N. Broad St.
Homorobics instructor Craig Scull (left) performs in Pariah, his latest contemporary dance piece that explores “identity and experience in an evolving LGBT culture.”
The Welcoming Committee transforms Drinker’s Pub into a gay bar for a night
Enjoy First Friday with a Guys Night Out
There’s a Little Shop of Horrors sing-along at The Rotunda
Homorobics instructor Craig Scull presents his latest dancing masterpiece, Pariah (pictured)
Stimulus performers take over Thank Godess It’s OMG!
CUTN PASTE your way to the Bike Stop
Don’t be afraid to fall down with your ass up at Barbarella. Wait … what?
Sex education and comedy collide at the Shubin Theater
Summon your inner villainess for Miss Delaware Pride 2013. This year’s theme? Evil Disney.
Step into 11th Hour’s Theater’s world, “where gay is straight, weird is cool and the quarterback needs help making friends”
Frontrunners Philadelphia’s Saturday Run ends in a treat-yo’self brunch at Little Pete’s
Lascivious Jane leads an all-new, spooky Queer and Kinky Cabaret at Tabu (pictured)
Maddy Milan hosts Sunday brunch at Tabu. Hide your pills!
Hungry? Serve yourself some Day Time Drama with Maddy Milan
Celebrate the last day of the weekend with food, drinks, music and more at the 8th Annual Midtown Village Fall Festival
Sing about all the fun you had this weekend at TOC’s Showtune Sundays
Or at Sing Your Life Karaoke at Bob and Barbara’s