Kan-Kan at The Vogue Present

Kan-Kan at The Vogue: Paris is Burning w/ Discussion + Performances by Indiana Pride of Color

  • Sun Jun 02, 2024
  • 6:30 PM / Show: 7:30 PM
  • 21+
$10.00 to $33.33 Sale Ended

KAN-KAN AT THE VOGUE: Paris is Burning showing moderated by Indiana Pride of Color + live ballroom performances on Sunday, June 2!

Join Kan-Kan and The Vogue for an elegant night to kick off pride month! We’ll watch Paris Is Burning with a live ball dance battle performance at intermission, plus a moderated discussion following the film. More details to be announced soon.

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PARIS IS BURNING (1990)
R |1 HR 18 MIN

A chronicle of New York’s drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality.

Sean “Tre’mont Prodigy” (He,Him/His) – Panelist + Performance MC
Bio: Tre’mont is one of the most infectious voices of the Indy Ballroom community. His energy on the microphone is unmatched. Tre’mont strives to encourage, motivate, and empower those in and around him. Tre’mont has worked in the public health field for well over twenty years and in the past two years has become an entrepreneur owning and operating his Beauty salon on the Eastside of Indy.
 
Brandon – “Midwest Overseer Gee Mizrahi” (He/Him/They) – Panelist
Formerly known as Midwest Overseer Gee Mizrahi – Mamba, Young has been a proud member of the ballroom community since 2011, and actively advocating for his community since 2007. Brandon is an author & a scholar, poet & spoken word artist, community organizer & activist, the Executive Producer of @KiKiMePleaseTV, the President & CEO of Triple Up Entertainment, LLC., & the sole founder of the newly established Oh’Kentuckiana (OKI) Regional Kiki Ballroom Alliance which provides a safe haven and foundation for all.
 
Tiffani – “Dalish 007” (She/Her) – Panelist
Bio: She has been in ballroom for six years now. One major win under my belt, $500 Girl, and several mini ball wins as well.
 
Previs (Jahonń) Mosley (He/Him) – Vice President of Indiana Pride of Color – Panelist
A servant leader with years of experience bridging gaps between cultures and community, Jahonń has been acknowledged for his diverse skills and ability to mobilize communities of color towards impactful change, financial literacy, and mental stability. Jahonń currently serves as VP of Indiana Pride of Color.
 
AJ – “Danger “The Midwest Threat” Xclusive Lanvin” (They/Them) – Performer
Bio: AJ has been involved with ballroom for over four years. They walk sex siren, glitz and glam, New Runway, and Vogue Femme Performance. They have been dancing professionally for the last 8 years. They also love to bake, hike, and sew!
 
Syerre “Juju Mizrahi – Mamba” (He/Him/His) – Performer
Formerly known as Juju Mizrahi – Mamba, Syerre is a performing artist and fashion staple. He has been recognized as Midwest KiKi Ballroom’s 2025 STATEMENT OF THE YEAR for his vogue technique, performance, & consistency.
 
Belinda Drake (She/Her) – President of Indiana Pride of Color– Moderator
Accomplished leader, Belinda offered nearly two decades of experience and diverse sectors, including non-profit, public service, and corporations. She has proven ability in driving community engagement, program development, strategic leadership, and funding, and is dedicated to fostering inclusion and empowering marginalized voices. She currently serves as President of Indiana Pride of Color.

INDIANA PRIDE OF COLOR
INDIANA PRIDE OF COLOR’S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE ADVOCACY, PROGRAMMING, AND SERVICE FOR THE BIPOC LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY WHILE ALSO FORMING PARTNERSHIPS THAT IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE INDIANA LGBTQ+ BIPOC COMMUNITIES.

KAN-KAN AT THE VOGUE
Kan-Kan Cinema and Forty5 are two Indianapolis-based organizations that are working to elevate arts and culture in the Midwest. The Vogue’s history as a movie theater and deep roots in Indianapolis along with Kan-Kan’s position as a locally owned and operated movie theater make for a partnership that blends perfectly. The two organizations care about bringing world-class entertainment to the Indianapolis community. Kan-Kan and Forty5 have previously partnered on a Rocky Horror Picture Show event in 2022 and a Hocus Pocus event in 2023. In 2024 and beyond, the two organizations plan to partner to present shows on a more regular basis, bringing films to life through moderated discussions, shadow casts, games, and other interactive activities. Learn more at thevogue.com/kan-kan-at-the-vogue.

KAN-KAN AT THE VOGUE: PARIS IS BURNING WITH DISCUSSION + PERFORMANCES BY INDIANA PRIDE OF COLOR
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2024
21+
THE VOGUE THEATRE
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
TICKETS AT THEVOGUE.COM

PLEASE NOTE:
YOU MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER THE VENUE WITH A VALID FORM OF IDENTIFICATION. ALL TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AND NON-REFUNDABLE. TWO FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY

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