National Queer Theater
National Queer Theater is an innovative theater collective dedicated to celebrating the brilliance of generations of LGBTQ artists and providing a home for unheard storytellers and activists. By serving our elders, youth, and working professionals, NQT creates a more just future through radical and evocative theater experiences and free community classes. Through our mainstage productions, free educational community programs, and new play development, we create and organize together, working towards a more equitable vision of a world bursting with pride. NQT’s programs include New Visions Fellowship (a yearlong residency for Black trans and gender nonconforming playwrights), Write It Out! (a playwriting workshop for those living with HIV), DREAMing Out Loud (theater class for undocumented and immigrant LGBTQ students) and Criminal Queerness Festival (a showcase of playwrights from countries where LGBTQ people are criminalized or censored). Believing in the power of theater to affect sweeping social change, National Queer Theater cultivates a more just, joyous, and empowered intersectional queer community that is celebrated in all corners of society.