Order tickets now for our 12th annual Dorothy Awards!
A dinner, dancing and recognition gala supporting the New Haven Pride Center

Our 12th annual Dorothy Awards is coming up March 7. Order your tickets before February 7 to lock in the early bird price and save $25 per ticket!

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Help us make the Dorothy Awards a success by becoming a volunteer for the event! Meeting will take place twice in January, and weekly in February.

 

Our next volunteer meeting will be Sunday, January 4 at 2 p.m. To RSVP, visit our Facebook event page

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This Year's Honorees
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Trevor Reynolds and Michael Morgan
Trevor Reynolds and Michael Morgan (AKA Morgana de Luxe) have been working together for nearly 15 years doing good deeds and raising funds for the LGBT community. As members of The Imperial Sovereign Court of All Connecticut, they have spent a significant amount of their personal time and money supporting and ...
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True Colors
True Colors is a non-profit organization that works with other social service agencies, schools, organizations, and within communities to ensure that the needs of sexual and gender minority youth are both recognized and competently met. The organization trains more than 2400 people annually, organizes the largest ...
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Anne Beon
I grew up involved in the average pursuits of every other boy in the blue collar suburbs of New haven. After High school I went to work and married, had a son and went to college for engineering, then later television production. I spent many years as a theater technician in Connecticut and New York...
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Frank DeMayo
Frank DeMayo, a founding member of the Center, first arrived on the scene at the now infamous Valentine’s Party in 1997. The occasion was the opening of the Center’s first space on Long Wharf Drive. As the saying goes, “he came, and never left.” For the next seven years, he performed in many ...
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