Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Mother May I?

That warm, moist feeling you have right now isn’t just because it’s 100 degrees outside. It’s because you’re glistening with anticipation for everything the city has to offer this weekend.

Happy Hour at Fuse
Tonight (and every Tuesday through Friday this summer), 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
When you're alone and life is making you lonely, you can always go downtown – for cheap drinks and half-price appetizers and sushi! Hanging out by the rooftop pool at Fuse is always festive and très urbane, but when they add inexpensive food and drinks to the mix, we’re even easier to persuade than normal.

1512 Commerce Street, Dallas
(214) 742-FUSE

Click Chicks+ at Dallas Contemporary, Opening Night
Friday, May 30, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Discover some of the hottest unknown talent at Click Chicks+ mostly women photographers, an exhibit running through August 23. As the title suggests, the majority of artists are women and their photos range from “eerie scenes of toy figures” to “large-scale photos of mannequin heads,” so pretty much anything goes. Opening night will feature light snacks and refreshments, plus a first look at some stunning photos.

Admission: $10 (free for members)
Dallas Contemporary
2801 Swiss Avenue, Dallas
(214) 821-2522

A Sordid Little Affair
Friday, May 30, 8:00 p.m.
If you’ve been lost on a desert island for the past year or so, then welcome back! (And stop French-kissing that volleyball). While you were away, you may have missed the most exciting news for gay comedy fans to happen since the Paul Lynde action figure—Sordid Lives (first a play, then a movie) is now a TV series, premiering this summer on Logo. To celebrate and get us all jazzed up, creator and writer Del Shores will be hosting an evening of clips from the show, live selections from the play, a Q&A, silent auction and we think he may even go to your house and wash your car. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Uptown Players Building Campaign.

Tickets: $40 – $75
Uptown Players – KD Studio Theatre
2600 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas
(214) 219-2718

Showtunes with Mama & Friends
Sunday, June 1, 7:30 p.m.
Beauty school dropouts, tonight’s your night. If you think you can sing (you probably can’t), then show up for a fantastic night of singing along to tunes from Grease. Join “Mama” Amy Stevenson and her friends, including Candice Marie Woods from Hairspray on Broadway and Emerson Collins from Sordid Lives: The Series, plus many other special guests. Cross your fingers that Mr. Travolta’s on the guest list at S4.

Cover: $5
The Rose Room, inside S4
3923 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas