Monday, October 22 @ 7pm in the AUC CK.
Queer Heartache is an award-winning one-person slam poetry theater show. Kit’s poetry explores his identity as transgender, queer, Asian American from Hawaii, while asking what queer hearts and families are made of and interrogating the forces that are constantly working to break them apart. Queer Heartache is a testament to the resilience of queer love in all its forms—between cis and trans brothers, lovers, pride parade attendees, and many more—in the face of heartbreaking barriers everywhere from the dating pool to the medical establishment. If you’ve ever had your heart broken, wondered how your pets self-identify, or wanted to tell someone your gender is none of their business, this show is for you. So wrap yourself in a rainbow and enjoy the ride.
This event is funded through the DJSFunds and supported by the Diversity Center, Rainier Writing Workshop PLU’s MFA program in Creative Writing, English Department, ASPLU, Center for Gender Equity, and QASU.