Venue Details

71 Star Starred
North Park Theatre
At 28th Street 2891 University Avenue San Diego, CA 92104
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Drinks at West Coast tavern bar. Very convenient.
info Apr 21 2011 star this tip starred
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Arrive early to find free street parking
info Apr 21 2011 star this tip starred
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Anything is good. Nobody cares what you wear.
info Apr 21 2011 star this tip starred
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Take an end seat if you have long legs.
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She’s Manhattan’s most fabulous fruit fly! At nearly 40, Violet (Mindy Cohn) is the racy, fun-loving belle of the ball. She spends her nights as royalty, but when the party ends she always heads home alone. While her co-worker Riley (Sam Whitten) struggles with his baby-crazy boyfriend Markus (Casper Andreas) and her roommate Luke (Jesse Archer) tackles monoga-mania, Violets romantic life is one big belly flop. Realizing she’s at a certain age and still single, Violet is at a crossroads. In the fast-paced world of high fashion PR where she works, Riley tells her she need only seek out a straight male version of herself — the mythical “Fag Stag.” But the glamorous guru Salome (Kim Allen) gives her conflicting advice. To nab a man, she insists, Violet must abandon her gay friends once and for all. When Violet arrives home from yet another disastrous date to find Luke has organized a gay sex party in her bedroom, she decides Salome may be right. In order to get a prized man of her own, Violet strikes out on a hilarious quest to change the woman she is. Chasing love at all costs, she may find it in the most unlikely of places.

Running Time: 99 minutes

Rating: Unrated

About the Ticket Supplier: FilmOut San Diego

FilmOut San Diego seeks to enlighten, educate, and entertain the communities of San Diego County through the exhibition of LGBT-themed films and popular films for everyone to enjoy.