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SF Gay Men’s Chorus Concert – December 16

Sunday, December 16

Green Music Center
Weill Hall
1801 East Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA  
Show 5pm
$25-$75

No one does holidays better than the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus.

This will be the 28th year the chorus has traveled north at the holidays to benefit Face 2 Face.

The chorus is not only bringing 150 handsome men, but will be accompanied on the journey by a fabulous brass quintet and the amazing coloratura soprano, Marnie Breckenridge. With that combination, there will definitely be a lot of brass and sass, from classical to swing. The chorus will sing and dance its way into your hearts with some zany holiday antics – and welcome you home by wrapping you in your favorite holiday carols and traditions.

Tickets $37.50 and $50
To buy tickets

Face to Face Film Series

The Way He Looks – Friday, November 14 @ 8:20pm

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The film is based on the popular short film “I Don’t Want To Go Back Alone” which received over 82 awards in festivals worldwide and has more then 3 million views on YouTube.

Leonardo is a blind teenager feeling overprotected by all of those around him. Struggling towards a more independent life, he has to overcome the vulnerability orbiting his condition.

At home, his mother won’t let him do things by himself, or even be alone. At school, his best friend, Giovana, leaves no room for him to stand up for himself before all the bullying. Besides, he’s never been kissed and is pretty confident that no one would consider dating the blind kid.

Admission & Prices

Adult $10
Senior (62+) $7.50
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6868 McKinley Street, Sebastopol
707-525-4840

Face to Face Film Series

Victor/Victoria – Saturday, November 15th @ 2pm

Fountaingrove Lodge

 

On the verge of starvation in 1930s Paris, erstwhile entertainer Victoria (Julie Andrews) is rescued by gay cabaret performer Toddy (Robert Preston). What she needs to succeed, opines Toddy, is a gimmick. What if she becomes a male impersonator? Better still: what if she becomes a male impersonator, pretending to be a female impersonator? As “Victor/Victoria,” s/he becomes the toast of Paree, and an object of fascination for big-time Chicago gangster King Marchan (James Garner).

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RSVP for a seat by calling the Fountaingrove Lodge at 707-800-3206

Dating Game Bingo!

The Russian Rivers Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence bring you
Dating Game Bingo on February 14th to benefit Face to Face .

We hope you will join us for the fun and games, all for a good cause.  Buy Tickets now! Online tickets are $20, and are good for:

Entry for one person, two bingo card packs and five raffle tickets.
(Each card pack includes one card for each of the seven games.)

Extra bingo cards ($5 per book) and extra raffle tickets ($1 each) will be available for purchase at the door.

SPECIAL VIP PACKAGE – Reserved Table for 10 Players – $250.00 ($25.00/each)

For groups of up to 10 people wishing to sit together, you may reserve an entire table, which seats 10 players for $250.00. Each player will receive entry, two bingo card packs,5 raffle tickets, and special VIP gifts.

The reserved VIP tables are the closest to the stage, at the front of the room. VIP Tables must be purchased no later than 1 week prior to the game,but they generally sell out much sooner.

Doors open at 6pm. Games start at 7pm. Guerneville Veterans Memorial Hall (First & Church Streets, Guerneville)

Players must be 18 years of age or older. No exceptions. No alcohol is allowed in line or in the Bingo Hall. No exceptions. If you violate either of these rules, you will be asked to leave and not issued a refund.

 

Face to Face Film Series – 10/30 @ 6:45pm

Pride – Thursday, October 30th @ 6:45pm

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Pride is an inspirational comedy based on a true story about finding hope and friendship where you least expect it. It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike, prompting a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money to support the strikers’ families. Initially rebuffed by the Union, the group identifies a tiny mining village in Wales and sets off to make their donation in person. As the strike drags on, the two groups discover that standing together makes for the strongest union of all.
Starring Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West and Paddy Considine, Pride is directed by Matthew Warchus and was written
by Stephen Beresford.

Admission & Prices

Adult $10
Senior (62+) $7.50
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6868 McKinley Street, Sebastopol
707-525-4840

Face to Face Film Series: “The Dog” & “Dog Day Afternoon”

Face to Face Film Series September 2014Our September Film Series  is going to the dogs!

Special Double Feature!
“The Dog” and “Dog Day Afternoon”
Thursday September  18

Don’t miss our special September double feature The Dog and Dog Day Afternoon at Rialto Cinemas®    For tickets visit Rialto Cinemas website at  www.rialtocinemas.com.  Enter the promotional code F2FLCT at check-out and receive a $2 discount per ticket. Offer is only good for online purchases.

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Face to Face Film Series: “The Nance”

Film Series: The NanceLincoln Center at the Movies
Thursday July 17 & Saturday, July 19

Winner of 3 Tony Awards Douglas Carter Beane’s The Nance is set in the naughty, raucous world of burlesque’s heyday.  The Nance introduces us Chauncey Miles (Nathan Lane) and his fellow performers at a time when it’s easy to play gay and dangerous to be gay.  USA Today raves “Nathan Lane is as heartbreaking as he is hilarious.” The New Yorker proclaims “a nearly perfect work of dramatic art.” Directed by 3-time Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien!

Don’t miss the The Nance at Rialto Cinemas®    For performance dates, times and tickets visit Rialto Cinemas website at  www.rialtocinemas.com.  Enter the promotional code F2FLCT at check-out and receive a $2 discount per ticket. Offer is only good for online purchases.

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