Sordid Lives showing to benefit Del Shores Foundation
Eureka Springs Channel will present the 20th anniversary screening of the cult hit film Sordid Lives, written and directed by Del Shores, at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at The Auditorium at 36 Main St. in Eureka Springs.
The showing will feature an introduction and post-screening with Del Shores and the stars of the film, Ann "LaVonda" Walker, Rosemary "Dr. Eve" Alexander and Newell "Wardell" Alexander. VIP tickets for a meet and greet with the cast before the screening are available.
Sordid Lives is the story of a young gay man working up to coming out to his eccentric Texas family at the funeral of the family matriarch. The world met the beloved denizens of Winters, Texas, 20 years ago and it spawned a cultural phenomena that included a follow-up TV series Sordid Lives: The Series and a film prequel A Very Sordid Wedding.
The proceeds benefit the newly-formed Del Shores Foundation. The mission of the foundation is to find and facilitate the development of new Southern queer artistic voices by bringing artists together with working professionals, amplifying new work and connecting artists to platforms for the creation of the work.
Tickets are $32.09 for the screening and $52.09 for the screening including the Q&A and $100 for VIP tickets including the 6:30 p.m. meet and greet with the cast before the screening. To purchase tickets, visit www.TheAud.org.