Such a tease...
We reached our $10,000 goal but will continue to make the show available and accept contributions for Glad Day Lit's Emergeny Fund for the rest of Pride Month.
Join us and special hosts Brock McGillis and Brooke Lynn Hytes (Ru Paul’s Season 11 finalist) for a dragalicious event featuring 13 performances from 13 talented Queens. In support of the Glad Day Lit Emergency Survival Fund.
It takes a Village to save a Village
The closure of local businesses to combat the spread of Covid-19 has hit the historic Village, home to Toronto's LGBTQ2S+ community, very hard. To make matters worse, this year's Pride event has been cancelled. This annual, month long celebration is one that local businesses, artists, and wage tip earners rely on heavily for their livelihoods. This is why Friendly Stranger has called on Toronto's Queens to help us and Glad Day Lit raise funds for the members of the Village community who are currently out of work.
Your contribution goes directly to the Toronto Village community. No profit is being generated from this show. All proceeds go toward the performers, production costs, and Glad Day Lit Emergency Survival Fund. Your support is greatly appreciated and will help the Village survive the economic struggles caused by Covid-19.
Another way to support the community is by purchasing one of our limited edition Pride Grinders. $15 of each one purchased will be donated to the Digital Drag Show. If that's not a win-win hunny, we don't know what it is. Can I get an Amen?
We like to give a big 'Thank You' to the following cannabis companies for their generous contribution to the Village community.