New organization name

On March 21, 2000, The Four Corners Gay and Lesbian Alliance was officially incorporated, and over the last 15 years, our community has grown and expanded. It  was with this is mind that the Board of Directors felt the name of the organization should better reflect our entire community.

After a community vote on the three names suggested by the Board of Directors, we are excited to announce the new name for our organization:
Four Corners Alliance for Diversity

In the coming weeks, we will be writing a new Mission Statement that better reflects the many concerns and needs of our members and the role of the organization in the communities in which we live.

Please make sure to bookmark our new website at www.4CAllianceforDiversity.org.

AND, with the new name, we are in need of a new logo and are excited to announce a logo contest. So, get those creative juices flowing and help develop a new look to take the organization into the next 15 years. The deadline for new logo concepts is April 1, 2015; all designs may be emailed to 4calliancefordiversity@gmail.com

Many thanks to all of you who help to make our community the very colorful and vibrant one that it is.

 

“Maple and Vine” – A new play written by Jordan Harrison exploring technology and society

The play “Maple and Vine
by Jordan Harrison

Collaboration with Merely Players

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Broadway Production. Photo by Joan Marcus

A new play written by Jordan Harrison exploring technology and society

Friday–Saturday, March 14–15 at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday–Saturday, March 20–22 at 7:30 p.m.
$22 General / $19 DAC Members

Overwhelmed by their 21st century lives, Katha and Ryu discover a way to escape – moving to a planned community perpetually located in the 1950’s. Exchanging cellphones and computers for Tupperware parties and milkmen, the couple is confronted with the question: Which life is really simpler? Jordan Harrison’s clever and darkly comedic adult play won rave reviews when it recently played in New York. The play touches on sexism, racism, and homophobia, as the characters are confronted with the narrow world of the 1950s.
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4cGLAD is delighted to collaborate with the Durango Arts Center and to be a proud Sponsor of the play “Maple and Vine.”

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