Monday night on A Season in Hell, with John Hell

June 19, 9pm

8-10pm Monday night on A Season in Hell with John Hell, Ivy Drip and Shawn O’Shea will be on promoting their upcoming show Queens Are Made: They Are Not Born!

Writing Man Productions and The Castro Country Club are co-producing the June, 2011 Laybelline show, Queens Are Made: They Are Not Born! At The Dark Room Theater on Thursday, June 23.  The show is going to be a benefit for the CCC’s Keep the Steps in the Castro campaign.

The Castro Country Club is a clean & sober gathering place for all people and a home for the queer recovery community.

They endeavor to be a space where all can seek wisdom, serenity, courage and joy.

Since April 1983, the Castro Country Club has been a safe haven for LGBT people in recovery from drugs and alcohol. Now, the building that has been home to the Castro Country Club for nearly three decades is being sold.

That’s where Keep the Steps in the Castro comes in.

The goal of the campaign is to raise the funds for a down-payment to buy the building or to secure a new home in the Castro neighborhood. All funds raised will be used to purchase, secure a long-term lease, and/or modify space to suit the needs of the Club.

Please consider joining the Keep the Steps in the Castro campaign as a dues-paying member to ensure the future of the Castro Country Club. Several levels of membership are available to fit any budget. For more information or to become a CCC member now, click the “Donate Now” button to the right.

Or send a check to the Castro Country Club at the address listed to the left.

Please make checks payable to Castro Country Club and note “Keep Steps in the Castro” on memo line.

Writing Man Productions was founded in Philadelphia in 2007 by Shawn O’Shea.  They made moved to San Francisco and made their West Coast debut in August, 2010 with Sigh-Fi; An Evening of Science Fiction Themed Comedic Shorts at The Dark Room Theater which they have come to consider their unofficial home!

The Laybelline Show is a monthly drag show normally held one Saturday each month at the Castro Country Club.  It is always a fundraiser for the Keep the Steps in the Castro Campaign.

The Dark Room Theater – actually, I’m sure you know more about it than I do.