From our sponsors:
May 12, 2017
6 p.m. | $150
525 SW Morrison St., Portland OR, 97204
This year, GlamHer, Bradley Angle’s signature event, celebrates galactic ideas at the science fiction-inspired masquerade ball. Hosted by Portland drag legend, Poison Waters, guests are in for quite a night! We went back stage with Poison to get the inside scoop on this year’s event:
Bradley Angle: What is your role at the event? Will you be performing? What song(s), can you give us just one tiny hint?
Poison Waters: As the emcee, I get to “drive the car” so to speak, guiding our guests through the varied experiences we have in store for them…getting the important work of the evening done (fundraising!) while keeping it as light and humorous as possible. Yes, I’ll be performing along with many of Portland’s most exciting drag queens and no, you may not have a hint of what’s in store!
Bradley Angle: What is your favorite part of the GlamHer night?
Poison Waters: The energy and electricity that fills the room is very exciting to me, to feel the waves of love and support for Bradley Angle and its programs and the survivors is overwhelming.
Bradley Angle: What is new and shiny at this year’s event?
Poison Waters: My costumes ha ha! Also, we have new and exciting packages in our Silent and Live Auctions. We are introducing an After Party for the first time and going all out with a sinful Candy “Bar” Buffet and Bubbles….who doesn’t want sweets and Champs to wrap up your night? We’ll have a great drag show and DJ for dancing, surely a good time will be had by all!
About Bradley Angle
Founded in1975, Bradley Angle is one of the first emergency shelters in the country and the first domestic violence shelter on the West Coast. The Portland-based organization provides inclusive and accessible support services to domestic violence survivors of diverse cultures, backgrounds, experiences and lifestyles. Our vision is to build communities that are free from domestic violence and oppression—where loving, compassionate and equitable relationships exist for all people. Bradley Angle programs include: emergency shelter and services, housing assistance, youth & family services, LGBTQ specific services, support groups, Healing Roots program specific to survivors in the African American community, and an economic empowerment program. The organization serves more than 800 adults and children a year. Visit www.bradleyangle.org for more information.