Proud Theater:  Connections 2019
Proud LGBTQ+ Youth Theater, Trinity United Methodist Church, PFLAG-Madison
and First United Methodist Church present


fourth annual LGBTQ+ intergenerational conference
Connections IV: Changing Times

Saturday, March 9th, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
First United Methodist Church, 203 Wisconsin Avenue, Madison

 

Connections was developed in 2016 to build positive bonds among LGBTQIA+ community members of all ages. The conference is a laid-back day of fun, storytelling, and interactive activities that explore the intersectionality between our generations and promote mutual sharing and understanding. Bridges are constructed between generations by focusing on stories that define our community - both globally and personally. Lunch and snacks will be served throughout the day.

Registration forms can be requested by sending an email to connections@proudtheater.org or sending a Facebook message with your email address. A donation between $5 and $20 dollars is suggested to attend. Space is limited so please contact us as soon as you are able.

After the conference, attendees are welcomed back to enjoy a special public encore performance of Ben Moffat’s engaging and original production of “Imperfect Gentlemen.” There is a suggested donation of $10-20 for those who did not attend the conference. Check out the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2220368834674828/

Parking is available at the Dayton/Pinckney Ramp across from the church. Parking at the church is reserved for those with special mobility needs.

If interested in volunteering or becoming part of the development team, send inquiries to connections@proudtheater.org.

If you would like to financially support the event, tax-deductible donations can be sent to Proud Theater-Connections at PO Box 6306, Monona WI 53716, or made at proudtheater.org (please specify for the Connections event when donating).

For more information, visit www.proudtheater.org, the Proud Theater Facebook page, or contact Proud Theater via email at info@proudtheater.org or by calling 608-222-9086.