PRIDE at the High Line: Transformation Stories

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PRIDE at the High Line: Transformation Stories

The Generations Project presents "PRIDE at the High Line: Transformation Stories" an intergenerational LGBTQ+ storytelling show.

By High Line Programs

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 29 · 5 - 7pm EDT


The High Line 17th Street 10th Avenue New York, NY 10011

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Generations Project is back again for PRIDE at the High Line: Stories of Transformation, an intergenerational storytelling show featuring LGBTQ+ people of all ages and backgrounds. Inspired by the High Line's evolution and ongoing history as a site for queer expression, the event will feature storytellers celebrating the journey of becoming your true self!

The event is emceed by the singing drag chanteuse, Castrata.

The Generations Project

The Generations Project creates spaces for LGBTQ+ to meet and connect across all generations and backgrounds, to share and preserve their history and tell stories in their own voices. By revitalizing the oral tradition, they curate opportunities for in-person gathering and community-building, ensure the handing down of LGBTQ+ experiences to future generations and uplift marginalized voices.


Castrata is the Drag Chanteuse of NYC! She is taking what it means to be a drag singer to the next level with her unique voice and glamor to match. She can be found all around the city giving shows on shows on shows. But most importantly, you can find her on all social media @castratanyc.


By attending this event, you agree that photos and/or video footage of you may be taken, and you grant your permission to Friends of the High Line and its agents/licensees to use such photos/footage for promotional and other purposes.


Major support for High Line Community Engagement Programs is provided by Sarah Min and Matt Pincus, and Denise Littlefield Sobel.

Major support for High Line Programs is provided by The Brown Foundation Inc.

Additional support is provided by the NYC Green Relief & Recovery Fund

High Line Programs and accessibility are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council.


About the organizer

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High Line Programs