By Patricia Loughrey
Music By Thomas Hodges
7pm, Friday, July 21
7pm, Saturday, July 22
2pm, Sunday, July 23
7pm, Friday, July 28
7pm, Saturday, July 29
2pm, Sunday, July 30
Wyatt Pavilion, UC Davis Campus
$15 General / $10 Students & Seniors
Pay-What-You-Please on Sunday July 23 & 30
Join us as we explore the life and lasting impact of gay activist and politician Harvey Milk, thru the words of the people who knew him best.
This documentary-style play weaves together interviews, multimedia and music in a tribute to the transformative power of community organizing. In the forty-five years since Harvey called his community out into the streets, and into the voting booth,
how far have we come in our struggle for equity? And where is that struggle leading us now?
This performance contains flashing lights and explicit language. This show also deals with heavy topics, including homophobia and violence.
COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
All audience members must present proof of vaccination,
or provide proof of a negative Covid test within the last 24 hours, or wear a mask inside the theatre.
Free masks and tests will be available onsite.
Thank you for helping us keep our productions safe and accessible
for vulnerable cast, crew and community members
This production is supported in part by
The California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov.
And by a grant from the Yolo Community Foundation.