Get 2019 off to a great start with these exciting upcoming events in Tempe. For more information on Tempe visit www.LGBTInTempe.com.
Stray Cat Theatre Presents “Two Mile Hollow,” at Tempe Center for the Arts, Jan. 18- Feb. 2, 2019
In “Two Mile Hollow,” the Donnellys gather to divide their belongings after the sale of their oceanfront mansion. As this messy Caucasian family comes together with their POC personal assistant, Charlotte, some really, really complicated and totally unique secrets are revealed while white wine spills. “Two Mile Hollow” explores the age-old genre of plays about affluent white families retreating to their waterfront homes to battle it out with brutality, awe and compassion.
Reah Butcher at Tempe Improv Comedy Theatre, Jan. 24, 2019
Rhea Butcher’s blue-collar brand of cool has endeared her to audiences nationwide. She performs standup and has appeared on shows such as HBO’s “2 Dope Queens,” “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” “@Midnight” and “Conan.” She was also named one of “Variety’s” Top Ten Comics to Watch 2017. In her podcast “Three Swings,” Reah reinvents America’s pastime with radically sensible thoughts on baseball, history, culture, gender, race and more.
AIDS Walk Arizona at Tempe Town Lake, February 23, 2019
AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run is the largest gathering in Arizona to support people living with HIV and raise community awareness. AIDS Walk Arizona is proud to move to its new home at Tempe Town Lake!
The family-friendly event features Paws for the Cause – the dog-friendly portion of the walk, and Kids for the Cause where kids of all ages are invited to get involved and fundraise. All proceeds benefit community partner agencies in greater Phoenix that provide critical HIV services.
Join the movement to help end HIV on Saturday, February 23, 2019! Register now online, or on the day of the walk.
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