The Coming Out Monologues

October 14-15th, 2021 | Thurs, 7:30PM, Fri, 8PM
Onyx Theater, Tickets: $5 

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The Coming Out Monologues Project is a collaboration between LGBTQ Student Programs and the Department of Theatre & Performance Studies.

  • National Coming Out Day is an annual event celebrated on October 11th, which marks the anniversary of the 1987 March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights. To celebrate this event the LGBTQ Resource Center, in collaboration with the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies, annually hosts a production of The Coming Out Monologues at Kennesaw State University. The purpose of this production is to present the many aspects of the coming out process as experienced by the various members of the LGBTQ community. We wish to include coming out stories from numerous backgrounds and perspectives, including advocates, allies, parents, friends and persons who identify within the LGBTQ spectrum of identities.

  • First produced at UC Riverside in 2007, The Coming Out Monologues are inspired by The Vagina Monologues. Since the first performance, The Coming Out Monologues have been performed at universities across the country.

  • For ticket information, please click HERE or paste the following link into your browser:

    If you have any questions, please contact Karen Robinson (TPS) at , Zach Tellez or the LGBTQ Resource Center at

  • If you missed previous performances, or simply want to relive the moment, you can watch performances from previous years on KSUTV!

    Click here for the 2017 production
    Click here for the 2016 production
    Click here for the 2015 production
    Click here for the 2014 production