Cinewilde presents Auntie Mame

Cinewilde presents Auntie Mame at

The screening of the 1958 Rosalind Russell film “Auntie Mame” has long been a rite of passage for gaybies as they embark on their newfound identities. Older queer confidants often usher youngins to the couch where Rosalind Russell awaits with lessons of glamour, grit, and the proper way to make a gin martini.

Based on the novel by Patrick Dennis — a gay/bisexual author (history is iffy on his sexual identity) whose novels, many believe, helped create the genre of “camp” — Auntie Mame is quintessential camp.

Wear your best Auntie Mame cocktail attire or (even better!) your best Auntie Mame drag and get the chance to snatch a prize before the show! Judging will happen in the theater right before the film and prizes await the three who slay us with their Auntie Mame realness.

After the film, join us for a Christmas cocktail party!
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