*This event is free of charge and open to the public thanks to the Pride Center at SDSU. Tickets or reservations are not required.
LGBTQ+ On-Campus is a 2-hour rotating installation project on the SDSU campus inspired by true stories of real current LGBTQ+ students living and working with SDSU. CCdd’s goal with the piece is to invite on and off campus audiences to experience short/true ‘slice of life’ scenes taking place in the environment where these stories actually occurred in order to share perspective of the modern LGBTQ+ experience on a college campus.
LGBTQ+ On Campus stories include inspiring and eye-opening tales of dating, roommate drama, coming out experiences, gender and sexual exploration, general campus tolerance and intolerance, and a handful of interactive experiences that will invite audiences to explore their own reflective identities all on the exciting and stimulating performance backdrop of a college campus.
The performance features 9 original short pieces that will be playing on repeat every 15 minutes throughout campus from 2pm-4pm. If you are interested in attending LGBTQ+ On-Campus, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org the day before the show for a PDF map or view our image below:
Playwrights for LGBTQ+ On-Campus include: Soroya Rowley, Taylor Wycoff, Katherine Harroff, Justin Tuazon-Martin, Crystal Brandan and Kristin McReddie.