About Face Theatre
1222 W. Wilson Ave.
2nd Floor West
Chicago, IL 60640

About Face Theatre creates exceptional, innovative, and adventurous plays to advance the national dialogue on gender and sexual identity, and to challenge and entertain audiences in Chicago, across the country, and around the world.

Artemis Singers
P.O. Box 578296
Chicago, IL 60657
Contact: Nicky Joice
Artemis Singers is a lesbian feminist chorus comprised of women with diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women. The chorus works to effect positive change in cultural attitudes toward women and women artists, as well as to increase the visibility of lesbian feminists.

Chicago Gay Men's Chorus (CGMC)
2936 N Southport, Suite 210
Chicago, IL 60657
Twitter: @ChicagoGMC
The Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus (CGMC) has been an integral part of Chicago’s cultural and gay communities for 25 years. In that time, we have entertained audiences across the continent with innovative musical programming exploring everything from love to politics to the sometimes fabulous, sometimes challenging world of being gay—often all at the same time. Our always-memorable performances have included original musical revues; four popular productions celebrating the Sidetrack show tune experience; full-length book musicals like The Wizard of Oz, The Mikado and H.M.S. Pinafore; and traditional choral concerts—all punctuated with our signature joyous irreverence.

Bare Boned Theatre
5317 North Magnolia Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640
Twitter: @BareBonedThtr
Our Mission is to present dynamic work as seen through our own eyes; the way we see people everyday rather than preconceived notions of type. Through non-traditional casting and the development of physical and dynamic staging, we strive to revive the classics, re-interpret contemporary drama and develop new works, utilizing and exploring new techniques along the way.

Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival
Chicago Filmmakers
5423 N. Clark Street, 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60640
Twitter: @ReelingKitten, @ReelingFilmFest
Our Mission: The mission of Reeling is to recognize the important artistic contributions that lesbian, gay and transgender filmmakers have made to our culture; to educate the general population and sensitize them to lesbian, gay and transgender issues; to investigate the history of LGBTQ film, including the stereotyping that has been a major part of this history; and to counteract this stereotyping with valid, meaningful and diverse portrayals of those in the LGBTQ community.
The festival provides a unique opportunity for the celebration of these identities for a community too often misrepresented or ignored in mainstream film and television.

Hubris Productions
c/o Greenhouse Theater Center
          2257 N Lincoln Ave
          Chicago, IL 60614
Hubris Productions will engage, challenge and inspire our community to acknowledge the diversity in the world around us.  Through our education and outreach programs, new play development and main stage productions, we will create an ongoing dialogue about social inclusiveness.
Twitter: @HubrisProdChi

Lakeside Pride Musical Ensembles
Playing OUT! Productions
1333 W. Devon Ave, Ste. 105
Chicago, IL, 60660

Twitter: @LakesidePride
Our Mission: Lakeside Pride is a musical organization committed to the education of the public at large about the positive aspects of the metropolitan Chicago lesbian and gay community through public musical performances, workshops, and non-musical events. We provide a forum for adult musicians to meet and improve their skills by playing in various ensembles, providing great music to the community along the way.

Windy City Performing Arts
3656 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60613
Contact: Justin Fyala, General Manager

Our Mission: Windy City Performing Arts celebrates diversity, honors creativity, and cultivates pride through the transformative power of music and the arts.

Windy City Performing Arts (WCPA) was incorporated in 1983 as the independent not-for-profit umbrella organization for Windy City Gay Chorus, Windy City Slickers, Unison: Windy City Lesbian and Gay Singers, and Aria: Windy City Women’s Ensemble. Windy City Performing Arts exists to create, nurture and maintain performing arts ensembles of the highest level of artistic quality for the purposes of fostering gay and lesbian pride, promoting understanding and compassion for LGBT people, and reaching out to touch the lives of LGBT and mainstream audiences through musical excellence as Chicago’s Premier LGBT Choral Arts Organization.