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Queer documentary 'A Night at Switch n' Play' to premiere at Inside Out Film Festival Ju

New Documentary A Night at Switch n' Play to Make World Premiere at Inside Out Film Festival in Toronto - June 1st

The long-running queer performance art collective's legendary evenings are chronicled in a new feature from Sour Peach Films and Grit & Glitter Productions

*Digital screeners available by request*

On Saturday, June 1st, the new documentary A Night at Switch n' Play will make its world premiere at Inside Out Film Festival.

WHAT: There’s something very queer happening at a bar in Brooklyn, and in the new film A Night at Switch n’ Play you are invited to come and watch. Switch n’ Play is a queer performance collective that stages fabulous subversive drag and burlesque shows. The ensemble explodes traditional gender roles, pushing the limits of what drag and burlesque can be. But more than that, they area tight-knit family of outsiders who welcome queer audiences into their world and create a safe, tantalizing space where everyone can be themselves. The film introduces diverse members of the collective and sprinkles in a generous helping of delicious live performances. If you spend just one night with Switchn’ Play, you’ll never want to leave. Duration: 1 hour 10 min.

WHEN: Saturday, June 1st, 2019 at 2:30pm

WHERE: Inside Out Film Festival - TIFF Bell Lightbox - 1350 King Street West Toronto, ON

HOW: Open to festival passholders and individual tickets are $14 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors - ticket link


Switch n' Play Collective Members: Divina GranSparkle, K.James, Miss Malice, Nyx Nocturne, Pearl Harbor, Vigor Mortis, Zoe Ziegfeld Directed & Edited by: Catie/Cody Stickels Produced by: Chelsea Moore Director of Photography: Matthew Heymann Music by: George Miata Additional Cinematography by: Benjamin Dewey

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