Golden Grrrls and Bois

Charm City Kitty Club presents Golden Grrrls and Bois at The Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 West Preston Street • Baltimore MD

Jan 23rd and 24th • 7PM Open Gallery • 8PM show begins
Admission: $15 • Students: $10 Advance tickets recommended! Available online at:

Besties, soul friends, kindred spirits, love, and friendship. Join Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia as they enjoy a jam-packed line-up of fun, thought-provoking, sexy, and riotous talent, featuring:

Damien Luxe and Heather Acs are world-class purveyors of queer performance art. Together, they are on the organizing crew of the Heels on Wheels Femme Road Show, an NYC-based group that puts on an annual tour that seeks to incite wonder, joy, critique, and dialogue; bring visibility and complexity to diverse experiences; and strengthen LGBTQ cultural communities. Learn more at  and

Dainty Dandridge is a leading queen of the queer Black burlesque DC scene and a “Jackie of all trades.” Be her friend at and learn more in this awesome interview with her at

The Shondes (rhymes with “Hondas” and Yiddish for “shames” or “disgraces”) are a rock band from Brooklyn, NY, who play Bikini Kill-meets-Bruce Springsteen-style sing-along anthems for you. The band has toured the U.S. with Against Me! and headlined U.S. and European tours. Listen to them rock out at

SWARM is a Philadelphia-based contemporary performance collective that fuses dance forms and dense, percussive, melodic sound. SWARM explores a departure from the norm, simultaneoulsy encompassing expansive rock instrumentation and expressive movement. Valuing art as a fundamental form of communication, we SWARM for survival, creation and renewal. Check them out at

Violet and Ginger are making their debut as a performance duo at the Kitty Club. Violet (Carol) and Ginger (Asa) started working together about a year ago. Carol’s backround as a flyer is in performance sports acrobatics having performed with Gymkana and coached gymnastics. If possible she would do exclusively handbalancing. Asa began training in the Chinese style of acrobatics and has performed as part of duo, trio and four person groups. He dreams, doodles, and lives his acrobatic fantasies.