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The Lambda Project

KaeLyn Rich in "Dialogue of the Tortured Artistic Soul" part of 2010's Lambda Project: The Art of Pride.

J.R. Teeter, Artistic Director of the Bread & Water Theatre started the Lambda Project in 2003 by collecting the real-life stories of people from all over the world and from every sexual orientation and gender identity.

With the eight year journey of the project complete we look forward to the opportunity to provide local and national organizations the opportunity to perform the Lambda Project royalty free. Money raised from such performances will be divided between a charity of the organization's choosing having to do with GLBT life and Bread & Water Theatre so that we may continue our work.

Details will be available in the coming weeks. Should you want to find out more about the project contact Bread & Water Theatre at info@breadandwatertheatre.org.
Marriage Equality in New York

Drag Queen Vicki Vibe in "A Star is Born" part of 2010's Lambda Project: The Art of Pride.

New York State is home to the Stonewall Inn and is considered by many to be the birthplace of the modern GLBTIQ rights movement. After a long campaign for equality by Governor Cuomo, the New York State senate on June 24, 2001 passed marriage equality legislation. At this time New York is the most populous state to confer marriage equality and the third to do so through the legislative process.

For many this is an opportunity for celebration. For others a time of quiet reflection. As we transition from the old to the new it is important to stake stock of our lives at this amazing moment. Click the link below and tell the world your story of what marriage equality means for you. Be sure to give as much detail as possible. (Tell your Lambda Project Story)