We are pleased to announce our first fundraiser, and a coming out of sorts for us.

Peterson Toscano will be performing “Waking Up From a Biblically Induced Coma: This Isn’t Your Grandma’s Sunday School.” Kim Archer is opening the evening for us with an acoustic set of great music.

The show is June 6, 2012 at the Deltan Club, 733 Commerce Street, Tacoma WA and begins at 7 pm. Tickets will be available through Brown Paper Tickets and at the door. As soon as the link for Brown Paper Tickets is available we will post it.

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Peterson Toscano is a theatrical performance activist using comedy and storytelling to address social justice concerns. He spent 17 years and over $30,000 on three continents attempting (and failing) to change his same-sex orientation. He is the author of one-person comedies including, “Queer 101–Now I Know My gAy,B,C’s” and “Doin’ Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House,” which chronicles his two years in “gay rehab” in Memphis, TN. He created the political comedies “The Re-Education of George W. Bush–No President Left Behind!” and “I Can See Sarah Palin from my Window!” With his play, “Transfigurations–Transgressing Gender in the Bible” Peterson has delighted diverse audiences and received high praise for his aground-breaking, genre-bending, gender blending Bible scholarship wrapped up in a performance. His newest play, “Jesus Had Two Daddies!” is a ridiculously serious look at the Bible in America.

After spending much of his adult life as a born-again, Evangelical Christian, Peterson Toscano eventually came out gay and questioned EVERYTHING he believed. He has emerged as an internationally recognized theologian. Using the same texts that once oppressed him, he now speaks out about sexism, immigration rights, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, gay, and queer (LGBTQ) concerns. He is one of the foremost experts on gender non-conformists in the Bible and presents at seminaries, conferences, universities, and religious settings both progressive and conservative. And he is really funny too.  Atheists, secular Jews, progressive folks, and people of faith love Peterson’s Bible stories and his engaging workshops. Even the Bible-phobic walk away smiling after hearing Peterson’s subversively delightful retelling of ancient stories. Defensive theology, progressive theology, and lots of fun.

Kim Archer Bio

Fresh out of the recording studio for her just-released CD “My Friend,” singer/songwriter Kim Archer began 2012 playing a busy schedule of shows in the Midwest and the Pacific Northwest, promoting her acclaimed new album, “My Friend”.

Known for her raw, powerhouse performances and personable interaction with her audiences, Archer has attracted a large and loyal following of fans in the Pacific Northwest. For nearly a decade this lifelong musician has entertained standing-room-only crowds that consistently fill venues – and dancing in the aisles is highly encouraged. Whether she’s playing the Hard Rock Cafe with her tight 4-piece band, or an intimate club for a solo show, Archer never disappoints.

Kim Archer’s music follows in the footsteps of great female singer/songwriters like Joan Armatrading, Melissa Ethridge and Bonnie Raitt. With guitar in hand she commands the stage playing her own original songs rooted in old school soul, funk and classic rock, sultry blues and ballads. She’s also a master at re-inventing iconic rock hits like Steve Miller Band’s “Fly Like an Eagle,” which she played live for “My Friend.” Giving choice cover tunes the “Kim Archer treatment,” she conjures up a whole new vibe on such vintage hits so that they sound fresh and wonderfully different.

“My Friend” takes listeners on a ride that rises and falls, dances and rests, just like Archer’s live shows. Now she’s at the ready to bring her trademark performances to new venues so that more people can see and hear for themselves why Kim Archer earned a Washington Blues Society nomination in 2010 for Best Female Vocalist, and why her hometown fans in Tacoma, Wash. have voted her Best Overall Music Artist in Best of Tacoma competitions for two years running.