What if a major trial occured and nobody got to see it? That's what happened in California this winter with the Proposition 8 trial, a case which pits LGBT citizens who are denied the right to marriage against the people who worked so hard to pass the constitutional amendment in November 2008. The proponents of Proposition 8 successfully fought to keep cameras out of the federal courtroom, effectively denying the public the ability to see them defend their anti-gay position. But, thanks to the Courage Campaign, perfomers who are both professional and amateur alike are staging the trial before video cameras and audiences by acting out the actual courtroom scenes.
Closing arguments in the case are set for Wed. June 16th so this performance is timely!
Join us at the Mickee Faust Clubhouse for this opportunity to see a slice of history performed on our stage. The suggested minimum $5 admission fee will be collected for the Courage Campaign.
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