Nightlight: Pink Moon

NIGHTLIGHT with Will Courtney + Minna Lee

Saturday, April 24th | 10PM – 12AM PST

Pricing: New Moon – $10 | Half Moon – $20 | Full Moon – $30
All proceeds are split 50/50 between the artists and Velocity

NIGHTLIGHT is a monthly full moon dance ritual + party hosted by a rotating roster of artists.

April’s full moon is the Pink Moon, and the gathering is hosted by Will Courtney + Minna Lee.


NIGHTLIGHT is a late-night gathering inspired by full moon feelings and the need to come together when and how we can! Instigators Fox and Moonyeka invite a rotating group of featured artists to create an invitation/incantation for the digital realm that offers people a chance to indulge their desire to party, transmute, manifest, and dance hard. Instructions on how to engage during the event will be shared by artists beforehand. Artists will also offer party-goers a gift to mark each special occasion.


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Will Courtney

Will Courtney (she/her he/him they/them) is a transgender artist and a Gender Tender all-star. She was the first performer Fox invited to dance with him for Gender Tender research and development when it all started in 2012. Will has been a lead performer for many GT projects and after the first few years of performing began to expand her role in GT working with Fox as an artistic consultant, rehearsal director, and producer ($$$) for GT performances. As a performance duo, Fox and Will gleefully mine the blurry line separating their personal relationship and their very queer performance chemistry.



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Minna Lee

Minna Lee (they/them/she/her) is a Hmong-Vietnamese American theater artist and bedroom-pop musician who lives on Duwamish land. They have performed in projects associated with Gender Tender, Annex Theatre, On The Boards, and ACT Theatre LAB. Their writing has appeared in the Bricolage Literary & Visual Arts Journal and You Flower/You Feast’s Harry Styles Anthology. Minna is an Ensemble Member of Washington Ensemble Theater, the Marketing Coordinator at Theatre Off Jackson, and holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. They encourage everyone to send funds to the WA Black Trans Task Force and support the work that this organization is doing for Black Trans people in Washington.