In collaboration with The Dallas Way, AT&T Performing Arts Center will host a special panel discussion exploring Dallas’ LGBTQ history before the September 19th performance of Fun Home. Panelists will recount their personal experiences related to topics such as the formation of Dallas’ major LGBTQ organizations, political advocacy for equal rights and the impact of the AIDS epidemic on the community.
Panelists include Cece Cox, J.D., Chief Executive Officer, Resource Center; Robert Emery, Co-Founder, The Dallas Way; Terry D. Loftis, President, Eisenberg and Associates and Program Chair, Black Tie Dinner; and Jack Pettit, Attorney, Law Offices of Jack W. Pettit and former Chair, Black Tie Dinner. The panel will be moderated by David Taffet, Senior Staff Writer at The Dallas Voice.
The panel discussion will kick off Pride Night, which offers participants discounted, best available seating to the evening’s performance of Fun Home and a post show Pride Party with the cast and crew. Please click here for more information about Pride Night.
The Center would like to thank The Dallas Way for its partnership in this event. The mission of The Dallas Way is to gather, organize, store, and present the complete GLBT history of Dallas, Texas.