This FREE open forum has been designed to stimulate artists, teachers, managers and service providers that focus (or wish to learn more) on GLBTQ programming. The goal of this conversation is to reinvigorate and stir up a healthy conversation regarding the services South Florida is providing for it’s LGBTQ youth and adults. Please be part of this conversation with Nick Bazo, facilitated by Octavio Campos where they will introduce the work of The Theater Offensive founded by Abe Rybeck a trailblazer of GLBTQ arts and activism programming for the past 30 years. Your attendance is key to leveraging a productive conversation about how to grow our services, and education for the LGBTQ community in South Florida, as well as a time to share new energy and program management practices with other like-minded GLBTQ focused groups.
Refreshments and light fare will be provided, courtesy of RIFT Blackbox Theater.
About Nick Bazo:
Nick is a native Floridian, who currently resides in Boston, MA. Even at a young age, theater played a major part in his life. First earning a diploma from The Harrison School for the Arts in Lakeland, Florida and, later, a Bachelor’s degree in theatre from Rollins College and an MFA in Theatre for Young Audiences at the University of Central Florida. He is currently working as the Assistant Director of Programs and Director of True Colors: Out Youth Theater for The Theater Offensive in Boston. Here a link to a documentary being produced this year about the project. The Year We Thought About Love