TUES­DAY, NOVEM­BER 1

GA Voice - - Outspoken -

It’s Hump Night with per­former ex­traor­di­naire Regina, 8 p.m., Friends on Ponce, www.friend­son­ponce-atl.com

THURS­DAY, NOVEM­BER 3

SAGE At­lanta’s so­cial hour be­gins at 10 a.m., fol­lowed by a pro­gram/meet­ing at 11 a.m., Phillip Rush Cen­ter An­nex, www.rush­cen­ter­atl.org EX­POSED, a six-week con­tem­po­rary dance and phys­i­cal theater fes­ti­val fea­tur­ing Is­raeli and lo­cal artists in­clud­ing gay cou­ple Niv She­in­fled and Oren Laor, runs through Novem­ber 19 through­out the At­lanta area, in­clud­ing the erotic “Cow­boy” at 7 Stages Novem­ber 3 – 6, www.ex­posed­fes­ti­valatl.com Build­ing on the ac­tivist tra­di­tion of con­scious­ness-rais­ing groups, each month Charis in­vites com­mu­nity mem­bers to join The Per­sonal is Po­lit­i­cal: Fem­i­nist Vent, a lightly fa­cil­i­tated group to talk about per­sonal is­sues or so­ci­etal is­sues they are try­ing to de­con­struct. The group will use in­ter­sec­tional fem­i­nist strate­gies as tools to talk through th­ese is­sues. 7:30 – 9 p.m., www.charis­book­sand­more.com The Pretty Girl Hide­out Thurs­days is tonight, hosted by Mook Da­host, Soul

Oc­to­ber 28, 2016

Randy Har­ri­son re­turns to At­lanta to play the Em­cee in the na­tional tour of the clas­sic mu­si­cal “Cabaret,” The Fox Theatre, with a per­for­mance tonight at 7:30 p.m., www.at­lanta.broad­way.com (Pub­lic­ity photo) Bar B Pal’s Lounge, 254 Auburn Ave., At­lanta, GA 30303, www.traxxgirls.com

SATUR­DAY, NOVEM­BER 5 – SUN­DAY NOVEM­BER 6

Cen­tral Pres­by­te­rian Church be­gins a four-class se­ries ti­tled “Pro­nouns, Pot­ties and Peo­ple: Trans­gen­der Stud­ies 101,” fa­cil­i­tated by the Rev. Molly McGin­nis. The se­ries will kick off with a screen­ing of the doc­u­men­tary “Out of Or­der,” re­veal­ing the com­plex and painful strug­gles faced by les­bian, gay, bi­sex­ual, trans­gen­der and queer faith as they con­front en­trenched big­otry and work to build lov­ing sup­port within their churches. 5 p.m., in the church sanc­tu­ary. Classes be­gin Novem­ber 6 at 9:45 a.m. in the atrium of the Cen­tral Out­reach & Ad­vo­cacy Cen­ter. The film and classes are free and open to the pub­lic, www.cp­cat­lanta.org

SATUR­DAY, NOVEM­BER 5

Don’t miss the first con­cert in the At­lanta Women’s Cho­rus’ fourth sea­son. The At­lanta Women’s Cho­rus opens sea­son 4 with a mu­si­cal journey through the sea­sons. “Fol­low the Sun” will of­fer a va­ri­ety of mu­si­cal gen­res that will carry au­di­ences through the moods of win­ter, spring, sum­mer and fall, along with a lit­tle taste of the holidays. From pop­u­lar Bea­tles tunes to those made un­for­get­table by the in­com­pa­ra­ble Frank Si­na­tra, from Broad­way clas­sics to chal­leng­ing cho­ral works, this show is sure to de­light its au­di­ences. 2 and 8 p.m., Druid Hills Pres­by­te­rian Church, 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave., At­lanta, GA 30308 Out Front Theatre com­pany, ded­i­cated to pro­duc­ing LGBT-themed the­atri­cal work, opens “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Mu­si­cal,” based on the cult clas­sic movie about drag queens Tick, Ber­nadette and Adam, 8 p.m., through Novem­ber 6, www.OutFron­tTheatre.com

SUN­DAY, NOVEM­BER 6

En­joy free pool and ro­tat­ing DJs at Bull­dogs, 893 Peachtree St., At­lanta, GA 30309

MON­DAY, NOVEM­BER 7

Trans and Friends is a youth-fo­cused group for trans peo­ple, peo­ple ques­tion­ing their own gen­der, and as­pir­ing al­lies. Charis pro­vides a fa­cil­i­tated space to dis­cuss gen­der, rel­e­vant re­sources and ac­tivism around so­cial is­sues. Whether silently or aloud, please come ready to con­sider your own gen­der in a tran­sient world. This is a project of the Fem­i­nist Out­lawz and is co-spon­sored run­ning

“Queer as Folk” vet­eran through Novem­ber 6 at

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