Bethel Pride 2023
Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnight)!
Run Time: 300 min.
Join the Telstar High School Civil Rights Team on Thursday, June 29th starting at 3:00 for a day of LGBTQIA+ celebration!
3:00 – 5:30 pm Food, local vendors, live music, raffle, and fun in The Gem lobby
The raffle starts at 3:00 and closes at the end of the show intermission.
7:30 pm FREE movie screening.
Tickets for the Family Friendly Drag Performance is “Pay What You Can” benefiting the Telstar High School Civil Rights Team. A suggested donation of $15 is recommended.
If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to the Telstar High School Civil Rights Team.
Vendors and Artists
- Out Maine
- Telstar High School Civil Rights Team informational booth
- Telstar Middle School Civil Rights Team Face Painting
- Bethel Library Association
- YOUniquly MEcycled
- Luna Moth Collective
- Jenny Brosman-Stained Glass
- Mattie Rose Art
Chartreuse Money (She/they) has been performing their whole life, and doing drag since 2018. A “self-proclaimed drag queen” according to News 8 WMTW, Chartreuse has worked and performed at RuPaul’s Drag Con NYC, performed alongside Miz Cracker (RuPauls Drag Race Season 10 and All Stars 5), Mateo Lane (Netflix, HBO, Comedy Central) and even secured her own comedy drag show at Stand Up! NY, though the show never happened due to Covid-19. Chartreuse was nominated for Best Drag Performer for the 2019 and 2021 Portland Old Port Awards, competed in Top 6 in Miss Blackstones Pageant at Port City Music Hall, and has worked closely with Equality Maine. She is known for her work with children, most notably through Portland Stage Company (Play Me A Story), Drag Queen Story Time, and through her work with the New Leaders Project with EQME. She is the producer and host of her own show, The Char Ball at Portland House of Music, and is an advocate for inclusive performance spaces and opportunities for all queer artists.
Tasha Tektite made a crash landing here on Earth in June 2022. A total Pop Princess with a love for sparkle, she always comes with fun high-energy performances! “Tektite” a crystal formed when a meteorite hits Earth, has always inspired her with its unique properties of courage and to connect to other dimensions, and to the highest version of yourself!
KK Hollandaise is a deaf drag king from Portland. A baby drag king who enjoys performing and learning all kinds of drag. An essential side to any drag show, he is ready to get the crowd grooving along.