Last Thursday was our final night/OUT event for the LGBT community of the season (don't worry, we'll be back in September!), and it was a blast. Right after Anna Deavere Smith's brilliant new show, Let Me Down Easy, the audience filled the courtyard for a couple hours of food, drinks, and music. We had a delicious spread courtesy of Bistro Liaison, wine from Raymond Vineyards, and the guys from Ale Industries were on hand to pour beer all night (you've gotta try their Orange Kush!). Meanwhile, DJ Pauline kept the music coming, and we even had a special live performance by genre-bending queer musician Maia Papaya.
But the final touch was a photo booth courtesy of our friends at Magnolia Photo Booth. They brought a suitcase full of props and let our partygoers take as many pictures as they wanted, even printing out free strips of photos to take home and treasure forever (in duplicate, no less!). If you missed it--or if you didn't, and you're looking for your new Facebook profile photo--here's a gallery of our fabulous friends. Check out a few of our favorites below!
Missed out? Don't worry, you'll get a second chance at 30-Below, coming up on June 17. If you're under 30 (and old enough to drink), join us for the party! Get a half-price ticket to Let Me Down Easy with the code 30BELOW, or call the box office at 510-647-2949 and mention 30-Below. Tickets to the show start at just $23.50, and you'll get to enjoy the post-show party for free! We'll have snacks from Picante, beer from Triple Rock Brewery, more wine from Raymond Vineyards, DJ Ome playing all your favorite music (she takes requests!), and of course another fabulous photo booth. 30-Below is sponsored by the San Francisco Bay Guardian, so be sure to say hi to those guys when you drop by, too. See you there!
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