Sorority OUTEarlier this month, I had the pleasure of performing with a couple of kettlebells in Gina Young’s SORORITY, described as a “performance k-hole evoking the New York City art scene of the 80s and 90s” “centering the work of women, trans and queer performers,” which is “a space for experimental works-in-progress, script-in-hand readings, theatrical situations and vulnerable solo work. It’s a wild, intellectual party that attracts lines out the door.” This special edition coinciding with National Coming Out Day was produced for the Los Angeles Exchange (LAX) Festival at the Bootleg Theater, and featured a broad spectrum of LGBTQIAAP2S performers and the best Christina Aguilera retrospective dance party you could imagine.