Recommendation: Peter Toscano

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Peterson Toscano
A performance based on transgendered or differently gendered characters in the Bible. (yes! they exist!)

I met Peterson in 2008 in Portland, OR when they did a show at the local queer youth center. I was blown away after what I saw in “Transfigurations,” a one “man” show about trans/differently gendered folks in the Bible. My first reaction was to question his sources (in a curious way)since these stories challenged so much of what I grew up being taught; but what I found that not only is Peterson highly educated in these topics, they allow us to understand and see these stories in an entirely different light.

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Posted by on December 31st, 2009 at 08:00 am

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4 Responses to “Recommendation: Peter Toscano”

  1. Sarah Dopp

    I saw this performed in at the Gender Odyssey conference in Seattle this year and OMG IT WAS WONDERFUL.

    Keep an eye out for it coming anywhere near you!!!


  2. Corbyn

    I saw this too, and It was absolutely amazing. If you can see it you should!


  3. Steph

    Saw him there too – he was absolutely brilliant.


  4. Avery

    Yes yes yes! Gender variance and nonconformity is ALL over the Bible and many many religious traditions. Example / fun fact: Baptism taken apart and looked at piece by piece can be seen as a sex-change ritual.

    Anyone who wants to geek out on sex, queers, gender, and religion should track me down and we chat.


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