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Saturday Mixed Shorts

January 28 @ 1:45 pm

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Run time 80 minutes

Counting Happy F-ing Valentine's Day Intrinsic Moral Evil Lunch Parting Queen's Mile The Man Crush Walk for Me Better Known as Peaches Christ

Walk for Me
By Elegance Bratton
Hassan Kendricks is set to make his Femme Queen debut in the shimmering lights of the Ballroom scene voguing as a girl named Hanna. His two worlds collide when his mom shows up and discovers her secret life.

By Matt Vance
A young man plans to relax in the park next to his office, but a zealous street performer has plans of his own.

Queen’s Mile
By Martin Delaney
A twenty something girl approaches a familiar part of London, where she asks a stranger to take her picture.

The Man Crush
By Richard Louprasong
Everyone has had a crush on someone at least once in their life. For Trevor (Ryan Prohaska), it wasn’t until he met Dave (Josten Rositas). Are the feelings mutual? An unexpected turn in the
night will bring Trevor to discover that Dave isn’t who he thought he was.

Happy F-ing Valentine’s Day
By Jeremy Dehn
Valentine’s Day provides the backdrop for this comedy short that asks the question: How can trying to do something so good turn out so f-ing wrong?

Better Known as Peaches Christ
By Jeff Dragomanovich & Nate Visconti
Drag icon Peaches Christ offers a rare, intimate glimpse into her process of transformation, and describes the path from stifled teen to brazen cult hero.

By Dan Pal
In 1951 Violet and Milly make a love promise over a penny. In 2015, the promise comes due, and Violet must face a heartbreaking reality.

Intrinsic Moral Evil
By Harm Weistra
Intrinsic Moral Evil seems to be a tale of identity and coming of age. But above all, the three dancers play with the viewer’s perception and expectations

by Dimitris Toulias
After a lifetime together, time has stopped for an elderly couple as they prepare to say goodbye.


January 28
1:45 pm
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Center for the Performing Arts
18401 North 32nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85032
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Paradise Valley Community College
Center for Performing Arts
18401 North 32nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
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