QCC - Volunteer at our first National Queer Arts Festival
Volunteer at our first National Queer Arts Festival:
Confronting the Ghost of Willie Lynch
Queer Cultural Center
Qcc is a multiracial community-building organization that fosters the artistic, economic and cultural development of San Francisco’s LGBT community.
QCC is currently looking for volunteers for their first NQAF event Confronting the Ghost of Willie Lynch which will take place at Humanist Hall in Oakland on May 17th & 18th.
There are three shows scheduled, they need four volunteers for each performance.
May 17th at 7PM
May 18th at 2PM
May 18th 7:30PM
The volunteers will be participating in the show and leading the audience through a haunted house style set.
They will receive instructions from the artist once they arrive on-site.
The show is about 90 min and we'll need the volunteers to arrive an hour before the performance so it will be about 2 1/2 hour time commitment.
The artist encourages volunteers who identify as black/POC to apply.
About the show: Confronting The Ghost of Willie Lynch: A Tale of Exorcism in Six Parts. Inspired by the immersive experiences of haunted houses, Confronting The Ghost of Willie Lynch is the story of a Black queer couple as they attempt to exorcise the demonic embodiment white supremacy.
WHEN: May 17th 6-8:30PM and on May 18th 1-3:30PM & at 6:30-9PM (about 2 1/2 hour time commitment)
WHERE: Humanist Hall in Oakland
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