Lavender Rights Project Presents: The Black Trans Comedy Showcase [Hybrid]

This event took place on Jun 22, 2022

$20 General Admission – In Person
$10 Community Discount Ticket – In Person
(Reserved in person ticket for Black Trans women and femmes, folks with disabilities, indigenous folks, low/no income people of color.)
$5 Livestream
You will be emailed a special link prior to the event!

⚠️ Public safety notice ⚠️

NWFF patrons will be required to wear masks that cover both nose and mouth. Disposable masks are available at the door for those who need them. To be admitted, patrons ages 5+ will also be required to present either proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative result from a COVID-19 test administered within the last 48 hours.

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Series - Live Shows

Visiting Artist

Attend our inaugural Pride season event!

Was 2021 a sh*t show for you too? ‘Cause it was for us! This year, LRP is hosting The Black Trans Comedy Showcase in June with the goal of centering PRIDE programming around joy, comedy, clapping back, and Blackness. Three Black Trans PNW comedians will be gracing the stage at Northwest Film Forum on June 22nd, 2022: Mx. Dahlia Belle (PDX), Mitch Mitchell (SEA), and Chocolate the Entertainer (Olympia), plus fabulous drag queen host Moltyn Decadence (SEA). It’s gonna be a Ki! There will be raffle prizes, nibbles, drinks, and community. So bring your plates because this ROAST is going to be HOT!

All tickets and donations will benefit Lavender Rights Project’s ongoing programming supporting Black Trans Liberation. Even if you cannot attend, your monetary support is appreciated.


Lavender Rights Project is committed to making this event accessible to all community. We will have ASL interpreters on site, an option for streaming online for folks that cannot attend in person, captioning on our live stream, and tickets for those who are low/no income. We are excited to see you!


Mx. Dahlia Belle (she/her)

Mx. Dahlia Belle (she/her)

Portland, OR

Mx. Dahlia Belle is a writer, comedian, sometimes model, and accidental activist based in Portland, OR. Her work has been published in The Guardian, The Stranger, and Portland Mercury. She has been a repeat guest on NPR, CBC, and XRAY FM. Live performances have included The Moth, Mutiny Radio, NW Black Comedy Festival, All Jane Comedy Festival, and Portland Queer Comedy Festival – of which she was also an associate producer.

A person and comedian that shares insight like a Swiss Army knife – different tools to extract sharpness, softness, vulnerability, hope and wicked wit.” – Brittany Birrer (comedian, NYC)

Don’t ever miss a chance to see Dahlia on stage! She is hilarious, witty, smart, and a little ignant.” – Courtenay Collins (Dirty Angel Entertainment, PDX)

Chocolate the Entertainer (she/her)

Chocolate the Entertainer (she/her)

Olympia, WA

From Washington, D.C., Chocolate is a blue collar comedian, rapper, artist, critical theorist, and most importantly an entertainer based out of Olympia, WA.

Mitch Mitchell (he/him; they/them if you're nasty)

Mitch Mitchell (he/him; they/them if you're nasty)

Seattle, WA

Mitch Mitchell is a trans/queer comedian and story teller originally from San Diego, California. Shortly after moving to Seattle in 2014 he face-planted into the stand up comedy scene. Mitch regularly appears as a feature on local showcases and open mics in the Seattle area, and has performed for fundraising events for the Gender Alliance of South Sound, and other Puget Sound LGBTQ+ organizations. He has also featured as a story teller on Slant Stories, and the Bawdy Storytelling Podcast. He won Queer Space Magazine‘s Funniest Queer Competition in 2019, and has performed at the HaHa Harvest Festival, Pensacola Pre Pride Comedy Festival, and the Upper Left Comedy Festival.

Moltyn Decadence (she/her)

Moltyn Decadence (she/her)

Seattle, WA

With a name that name that invokes thoughts of scrumptious treats and sensual desires, Moltyn Decadence has been delighting the taste buds of audiences for over 10 years. No stranger to live vocal performances, burlesque ,and stand up comedy, Moltyn won the title of Miss Gay United States At Large 2018, tantalizing venues nationwide. Her unique style will make you want to save room for dessert, so take caution: these contents may be hot.

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