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Sun, Dec 18



Very Leather Holidays

JoJo & friends invite you to a holiday party supporting the development of an original musical. Donate to join the party and People of Leather Daddies: The Musical, including access to live broadcast so you can sing along from anywhere!

Very Leather Holidays
Very Leather Holidays

Time & Location

Dec 18, 2022, 7:00 PM

Chicago, 4416 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640, USA

About the event

About the evening:

Donate at any level to join the party and People of Leather. Sing your favorite holiday songs, enjoy delicious ear candy from JoJo’s friends and share Christmas kinks. We hope to see you there, but your donation also gets you a link to the live broadcast – sing along from anywhere! Your name will be at the door. First come, first served so don’t dally.

Hey, big spender! Tax-deductible donation of $250+ snags a reserved table for four.

  • Donors $250 and up will have a four-top reserved for the in-person show plus be able to share the live stream link with friends and family.
  • Donors up to $500 will have a four-top reserved for the in-person show plus gifts from Leather Archives & Museum.
  • Donors up to $1000 receive above benefits plus special showing of Leather Daddies (in development) this spring.
  • Donors up to $2500 will receive the above benefits plus first look at investment opportunities in the next phase of the project, and tailored singalong for a party of choice.

All donations are tax-deductible, thanks to our nonprofit partner About Face Theater.

About the cause:

Support the development of an original musical based on the story of a real-life gay biker gang in 1950’s Chicago that launched a global leather scene. You won’t see this story told on Netflix – at least not yet. Acclaimed theater artist Scott Bradley & recording artist Mercy Bell are hard at work on the script and score. Donors get special peeks into the work underway, including 12-16 original songs. Join the People of Leather heralding this new rock musical that portrays the daring and panache of the people who started it all – in the 1950’s. @jonnystax

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