• Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Bella

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Bella, a young, overly enthusiastic, narcissistic, socially connected feminist who is “straight but not narrow” and who “recognizes her white skin privilege, totally.”

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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Lorraine

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Lorraine, an 80-year-old Jewish woman who thought diversity was a university and remembers when a mixed couple was a reformed Jew married to an orthodox Jew.

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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Mrs. Ling

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Mrs. Ling, a Chinese American who discusses her children’s embrace of American culture. “Don’t worry about me, mom, I don’t like guys - I’m in love with a Chinese girl,” recalls Mrs. Ling, “Those are the words I always wanted to hear — from my son!”

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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Nereida

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Nereida, a young fast-talking Dominican immigrant living in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. Nereida came with Sarah to practice her public speaking skills and share her thoughts on the progress she sees around equality and acceptance.

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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Rashid

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Rashid, a young rapper with much respect for all people despite hip hop’s unfriendly past with the LGBT community. “Uncle Marcel was always with Uncle Eddy... When I was a little shorty, I really didn’t think about Uncle Eddy really ain’t related to anybody, know what I’m saying.”

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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Sunita

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Sunita, an out Indian physician who explains what it is like to be stereotyped: “Some politicians who are trying to make me feel comfortable by telling how often they eat curry in Georgetown.”

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