Gay Hist-Orgy

Take a hilarious histo-graphic ride through thousands of years of homo History

#4: TIME CRUISER

#3: MONDO-MYTHOLOGICAL

#2 THE SEARCH 4 GAY LOVE

#1 HORNY FOR HISTORY

IAN MACKINNON'S

Gay Hist-Orgy parts 1 - 4

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COME CURISE HOMO-HISTORY WITH ME.

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For booking email: imackinn1@hotmail.com

MAY

Ian's festish for homo history leads him to travel through time and cruise gay icons. Featuring hot hook-up's with: Karl Ulrichs, Lincoln, Melville, Da Vinci, Emperor Ai, Ginsberg, and more...

The time-traveling hot-pants are upgraded and Ian works to answer the question, "What is Gay Love?" Cruising icons: Whitman, Socrates, Rumi, Zeami, Abu Nuwas, Bayard Rustin, & more...

Ian is back to take you on an unforgettable ride through homo world mythology. Including myth-o-graphic encounters with: Gilgamesh, Hours & Set, Apollo, Ganesha, Xochipilli, and more...

In Ian's brand new show, he dives into homo-history looking for a hot lay to save the world.

Cruising: Gandhi, Wilde, Shelly, GW Carver, Mizi Xia, Carpenter, Kobo Dashi, and more...

I am a gay centered performance activist who has been creating work for over 10 years. The Gay Hist-Orgy series has toured universities and performance spaces all over California.



TIME CRUISER: May 9, 10, 16, 17, 24, 30, 31 2014

Spirit Studio Silverlake, 3711 Evans Street, 8:30 PM
​TKTS: 
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/620412​


Hist-Orgy 4

TIME CRUISER

In Gay Hist-Orgy 4: Time Cruiser, his all-new multimedia one-man show, performance activist Ian MacKinnon cruises homo-history looking for a lay to save the world. With the aid of his magic time traveling neoprene pig-jock and sexy genie guide, Ian seeks to creatively connect with gay history in an informative, vital and hilarious way. It’s an erotic adventure through gay world history that’s not to be missed!

Time Cruiser picks up where the last installment left off but stands alone as an independent show.  Including porno-storical histo-graphic encounters with gay icons: Percy Shelly, Gandhi, George Washington Carver, Mizi Xia, Edward Carpenter, Kobo Dashi, Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde and more.