A Night of A Thousand Genders


Support transgender youth and families at The Gender & Family Project’s Fifth Annual Night of A Thousand Genders, an inspiring evening of performances and solidarity. Join us Monday, April 16th. Reserve your tickets below.

A Night of a Thousand Genders

Monday, April 16, 2018
Edison Ballroom
240 W 47th St.

Cocktails: 6:00pm
Gala & Concert: 7:00pm
After Party: 8:30pm

2018 HONOREES:

Tiq Milan
Community Award

Lina Bradford & Darlene Bradford-Williams
Family Award

ABOUT:

A Night of a Thousand Genders benefits the Gender & Family Project (GFP), which empowers youth, families and communities by providing gender affirmative services, training and research. GFP promotes gender inclusivity as a form of social justice in all the systems involved in the life of the family. Join the movement for gender justice and family acceptance. Support transgender youth and families at the fifth annual Night of A Thousand Genders, an inspiring evening of performances and solidarity.


Tables & Tickets

Purchase Tickets:

To purchase tickets, tables, or inquire about corporate sponsorship, use the form below or contact: Adriana Londono: alondono@ackerman.org or 212-879-4900 x 130

For more information contact:
Jane Rennert: jrennert@ackerman.org or 212-879-4900 x 156

  • After Party

  • Price: $75.00 Quantity:
    • DJ Lina!
    • Open Bar
    • Begins 8:30
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    • Open Bar
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  • The Gender & Family Project is pleased to work with your company to develop a package that meets your distinct requirements and corporate objectives. For any questions or to create a sponsorship package, contact Jane Rennert at jrennert@ackerman.org.
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Honorees

Honorary Co-Chairs:

NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson
Honorary Co-Chair

NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson, 2018 Honorary Co-Chair of Gender & Family Project's A Night of 1000 GendersCorey Johnson was elected by his peers to serve as Speaker of the New York City Council on January 3, 2018. He was re-elected in 2017 with 94% of the vote to represent Council District 3, which includes the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Flatiron, West SoHo, Hudson Square, the Meatpacking District, Columbus Circle, Times Square, the Theater District, the Garment District, Columbus Circle and part of the Upper West Side.

Raised in a union household where his mother, a homeless services provider, and his father, a Teamster, instilled in him the values of community service and political engagement, Corey came to national attention in 1999 when, as the captain of his high school football team, he took the courageous step of coming out publicly as gay. Corey’s actions landed him on the front page of the New York Times and he began telling his story to audiences of young people across the country. He would later serve as chairperson of Manhattan’s Community Board 4, becoming the youngest person to chair a community board in the five boroughs.

Corey has earned a reputation as a tenacious advocate for his constituents and a prolific legislator at City Hall. He has passed dozens of pieces of legislation, standing up for tenants, victims of domestic violence, transgender New Yorkers, those involved with our criminal justice system, and more. Corey has also been able to forge consensus on tough issues to achieve long-sought goals in Council District 3. He won the creation of a new public park in Chelsea and negotiated a landmark land-use agreement to save Hudson River Park’s Pier 40 and its athletic fields, while creating nearly 500 units of affordable housing and a new South Village Historic District.

He is a member of the Council’s LGBT Caucus and is the only HIV positive elected official in New York State.

Selenis & Marizol Leyva
Honorary Co-Chairs

Selenis and Marizol Leyva, 2018 Honorary Co-Chairs of Gender & Family Project's A Night of 1000 GendersMulti-talented actress, Selenis Leyva can currently be seen starring as Gloria Mendoza, the quick-witted Latina in the Netflix hit series, Orange is the New Black. Selenis may be a recognizable face to internet viewers, but her career already spans mediums television, film, and theater with roles opposite Kevin Bacon, Sarah Jessica Parker, James Gandolfini, amongst others. With credits including roles in The Good Wife, Girls, Sopranos, all the Law & Orders, Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, Sex & the City 2, Nickelodeon’s Taina, Maria Full of Grace, and many more, this proud born and raised New Yorker has been a part of many iconic series and the list continues to grow. In addition to her on screen credits, Selenis loves the stage and last year wrapped an off-broadway run in the Atlantic Theatre production of Tell Hector I Love Him. Selenis was also seen opposite Viola Davis in the independent feature Custody at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Additionally, Selenis was featured in this year’s Spiderman reboot, the new Netflix series Maniac with Emma Stone, and is currently shooting the new AMC series Dietland with Julianna Margulies.

Marizol Leyva is a transgender Latina who was raised in the Bronx. Life hasn’t always been easy, but with the love and support of her family especially her sister Selenis, she’s been able to continue to push forward! Marizol has had the honor to receive awards from the New York City Anti-violence Project and the Stonewall Community Foundation for sharing her and her sister’s story. Marizol’s biggest passions are the culinary arts and modeling. Her dream is to be in a space where she can do what she was made to do and live her dreams. Although she continues to struggle in everyday day life, she finds hope and faith in pushing forward for a better outcome. You can follow more of Marizol on Instagram @iam_marizol

Pooya Mohseni
Honorary Co-Chair

Pooya Mohseni, 2018 Honorary Co-Chair of Gender & Family Project's A Night of 1000 GendersPooya Mohseni is an Iranian/American actor, Transgender advocate, writer and storyteller. Pooya moved to the States in the late 90s, to find her life, as a Transgender woman, as a person. She and her mother moved from Iran so she could start her transition. The journey has not always been easy but Pooya tries to draw on her experiences to share a message of compassion, strength and hope. You can find her essays on Stageandcandor.com, and a biographical article by Mitch Kellaway for Advocate.com about Pooya’s journey as a transgender woman and immigrant, titled “Living Trans, from Iran to New York City.” Pooya’s acting career includes roles on stage as well as on CBS’s Madam Secretary.

Seth Rudetsky
Honorary Co-Chair

Seth Rudetsky is the afternoon host on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio’s ON BROADWAY as well as the host of SETH SPEAKS on Sirius/XM Stars. As a pianist, Seth has played for more than a dozen Broadway shows including RAGTIME, LES MIZ and PHANTOM. He was the Artistic Producer/Music Director for the first five annual Actors Fund Fall Concerts including DREAMGIRLS with Audra MacDonald (recorded on Nonesuch Records) and HAIR with Jennifer Hudson (recorded on Ghostlight Records, Grammy Nomination). In 2007 he made his Broadway acting debut playing Sheldon (singing “Magic to Do” in a devastating unitard) in THE RITZ directed by Joe Mantello for The Roundabout Theater. Off-Broadway he wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed RHAPSODY IN SETH (directed by Peter Flynn) at the Actors Playhouse and has also appeared on TV on LAW AND ORDER C.I. and had a recurring role on ALL MY CHILDREN. As an author, he penned the non-fiction Q GUIDE TO BROADWAY, the novel BROADWAY NIGHTS and the recently published MY AWESOME/AWFUL POPULARITY PLAN (Random House). BROADWAY NIGHTS is available on Audible.com starring Kristin Chenoweth, Andrea Martin and Jonathan Groff and MY AWESOME/AWFUL POPULARITY PLAN stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ana Gasteyer and Megan Hiltly. Seth played himself on Kathy Griffin; My Life on the D-List, was the vocal coach on MTV’s LEGALLY BLONDE reality show and starred opposite Sutton Foster in THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG for the Actors Fund. Recently, he co-wrote and starred in DISASTER! (which the NY TIMES called a “triumph”), and he currently writes a weekly column on Playbill.com and tours the country doing master classes and performing his one-man show “DECONSTRUCTING BROADWAY”.

Honorees:

Lina Bradford & Darlene Bradford-Williams
2018 Family Award

Lina Bradford & Darlene Bradford-Williams, 2018 Honorees of Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersLina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned in rehearsals became a part of her signature style when she began her DJ career by performing through the gritty East Village scene. She travels through Europe, appearing in Sardinia, St Tropez and Paris. Accolades soon came rolling in, including DJ of the Year and Lifetime Achievement awards at the Glammys and Sage Innovator. DJ Lina is often seen hosting the biggest private parties from NYC to Europe. Even with all her accomplishments, she feels as if she is just beginning to hit her stride. “I’ve never felt more sexy and solidified in my life,” she says. “This is by far the most beautiful spot I’ve been in.”

Darlene Bradford-Williams: My name is Darlene Bradford-Williams and I’m proud Mother of Lina Bradford. I live in Schenectady, N.Y. and recently retired from Golub Corporation after 25 years of service. I married my sole-mate Jay D. Williams on December 31st 2010. We were together for 14 years-he passed away in April, 2013. My husband was a vocalist-musician and DJ. We did weddings, birthday parties, and private events. I continue to DJ and enjoy the love of music. I learned from the best and some day hope to be as great as Lina! I’ve been blessed with great friends and family and so proud of Lina and all that she has accomplished! She brings so much love and joy to others! I am honored to accept this award!

Tiq Milan
2018 Community Award

Tiq Milan, 2018 Honoree of Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersTiq Milan speaks and writes about intersectional leadership, transgender rights and racial justice. He shares stories of his life and how his transgender experience has informed his views on masculinity, race and the gender binary. A journalist for over a decade his work has appeared on MIC, Buzzfeed, NBC and CNN. He is also a strategic media consultant helping organizations and companies create detailed media campaigns that will engage diverse audiences in ways that are inclusive and authentic. Tiq has been most inspired by his years mentoring LGBT youth at the Bronx Community Pride Center and the Hetrick Martin Institute in the New York city. He was able to witness first hand the intersectional lived experiences of gay and trans youth and how it is affected by social systems put in place to help them. He most recently was the Senior Media Strategist and National Spokesperson for GLAAD where he utilized the media to call attention to the needs of the LGBTQ community, particularly transgender people of color. He is currently the Founder of Milan Media Group, which is a content creation and consulting firm that is dedicated to creating narratives of queer people and their allies.

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Hosts & Performers

2018 Hosts & Performers:

Asia Kate Dillon
Host

Asia Kate Dillon, 2018 Host of Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersAsia Kate Dillon is a performer, writer and director residing in New York City. Recently cast in the role of Taylor, a non-binary gender identifying character in Showtime’s Billions, Dillon is the first non-binary gender identifying actor to ever be cast in a major television series. In addition to Billions, they* can be seen playing Brandy Epps in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.

Born and raised in Ithaca, New York, Dillon studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City, graduating from the Studio Program. They then returned to Ithaca to complete the Meisner training program at The Actor’s Workshop of Ithaca (Dillon began during their junior year of high school at age sixteen, the youngest student ever admitted to the class). As an active alumni Dillon not only acted with the theater company, but also served as a teaching assistant and stage manager.

In 2011 Dillon took on the titular role of Rachel Corrie in My Name is Rachel Corrie. This role required Dillon to memorize over thirty monologues and play over seven alternate characters over the course of the one person show, which received rave reviews calling Dillon “absolutely magnetic.”

Dillon returned to New York City and was chosen from nearly one thousand actors to participate in a Workshop at The Flea Theater in Manhattan of fifty new plays by Tony and Academy award nominated and winning playwrights and directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar. This was followed by a featured role as Lucifer in The Mysteries, also directed by Iskandar. Following The Mysteries, Dillon traveled to Washington, D.C. to perform in The Tempest at The Shakespeare Theatre Company.

These strong performances led to television roles in Orange Is the New Black, Master of None, Younger and Billions. Dillon played the role of Albert Cashier in Good Men Wanted at Dixon Place, which would later host US – an evening of storytelling followed by a talkback, of which Dillon is the creator, curator and director. US puts a magnifying glass to racism in the United States using original and found text, audio and video footage to drive the #BlackLivesMatter conversation forward. In early 2016, they co-founded MIRROR/FIRE productions and currently serve as a Producing Director of the company.

For up to the minute information on Asia Kate Dillon please follow them on social media: @AsiaKateDillon on Twitter and @heeeysia on Instagram.

*Asia Kate Dillon uses the singular they pronoun for non-binary gender identification.

Brandon Victor Dixon
Performer

Brandon Victor Dixon currently co-stars as Terry Silver on the STARZ hit series, “Power.”  He most recently starred as Judas in NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live and as Aaron Burr in Broadway’s HAMILTON. Previous Broadway credits include: Eubie Blake in Shuffle Along (Tony Award nomination), Berry Gordy in Motown The Musical (Grammy and Drama League Award nominations), and Harpo in The Color Purple (Tony Award nomination). National tour: Simba in The Lion King. Off-Broadway: F**king ARent and The Scottsboro Boys (Lucille Lortel, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle and Laurence Olivier Award nominations). Television: “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “One Life to Live,” and “The Good Wife.” Dixon was raised in Maryland, and is a graduate of Columbia University. He is the co-founder of WalkRunFly Productions.  @brandonvdixon

Colin Donnell
Performer

Colin Donnell stars as Dr. Connor Rhodes, a Trauma Surgery Fellow who is brilliant, buttoned-down and trained to handle anything that might come through the hospital doors, in NBC’s drama “Chicago Med.”

Donnell can most recently be seen in the role of Scotty Lockhart in Showtime’s hit series “The Affair” and is also familiar to TV audiences as Tommy Merlyn in CW’s “Arrow.” Other appearances include “Pan Am,” “Person of Interest” and “The Mysteries of Laura.” He made his big-screen debut in 2014 with “Every Secret Thing,” which also starred Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks.

He is well-known for his work on stage, with Broadway roles that include “Violet,” “Anything Goes,” which garnered him Drama Desk, Outer Critics and Astaire nominations, and “Jersey Boys.” Among his other notable stage appearances are “Follies,” “Merrily We Roll Along,” “Lady Be Good” at the New York City Center, the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of “Loves Labours Lost” and “Meet Me in St. Louis.” Additionally, he toured with productions of “Wicked” and “Mamma Mia.”

Born in St. Louis, Donnell is a current resident of New York City when not shooting the show in Chicago. 

Lance Horne
Performer

Lance Horne, 2018 Performer, Gender and Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersLance Horne is a composer-lyricist who has performed alongside, composed, and/or provided arrangements for Alan Cumming, Liza Minnelli, Carol Channing, Kristin Chenoweth, Ricki Lake, Pink Martini, the von Trapps, Jake Shears/Scissor Sisters, Justin Bond, Sandra Bernhard, Ben Folds, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer/Dresden Dolls, Boston Pops, and toured the world with Meow Meow. He has performed for President Obama, the First Lady, and Queen Elizabeth. Lance has conducted return engagements at Sydney Opera House and international tours of Handel’s Messiah Rocks and Jekyll & Hyde. He co-music directed/co-arranged Prometheus Bound by Steven Sater and Serj Tankian and Cabaret starring Amanda Palmer, both at American Repertory Theatre. He contributed original material and arrangements to Vegas! The Show currently playing at Planet Hollywood Casino in Vegas, music directed the Sater/Sheik Alice by Heart for the National Theater in London, and provided the vocal arrangements for the Broadway production of Little Women. His debut album First Things Last released on Yellow Sound Label with concurrent concerts at Lincoln Center and on the West End. TV includes theme for The Ricki Lake Show (Fox) and multiple Macy’s Thanksgiving Parades (NBC). Lance received a daytime Emmy for Best Original Song; the Jonathan Larson Award; a Bistro Award for producing Alan Cumming’s album, I Bought a Blue Car Today; the ASCAP Foundation Jamie DeRoy Award for Emerging Songwriter; and an Interlochen Ovation Award. Lance is a Steinway Artist with BM, MM in Composition, at The Juilliard School.

Jai’Len Christine Li Josey
Performer

Jai’Len Christine Li Josey is an 18-year old Atlanta, GA native, is thrilled and grateful to be making her Broadway debut in SpongeBob SquarePants. Jai’Len is a proud winner of the 2014 Jimmy Awards. Her television credit includes: Tyler Perry’s “Love Thy Neighbor.” Love and thanks to my family, Broadway Dreams, Abrams, BW and everyone who has supported me on unbelievable journey.

Samy el-Noury
Performer

Samy El-Noury, 2018 Performer, Gender and Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersSamy el-Noury is an actor, pianist, puppeteer, ​vocalist, and teaching artist. A​s a​n out transgender activist, ​Samy is also a public speaker, and works with various organizations on peer support, youth mentorship, and outreach for LGBTQ-identified individuals. In 2017, Samy published his first-ever op-ed piece in The Advocate, on the challenges of being a working transgender actor of color. He has since taken to Medium to publish new pieces. He aims to highlight the diversity of the transgender experience. ​A recent transplant from Baltimore, Samy now resides in East Flatbush.

Aneesh Sheth
Performer

Aneesh Sheth, 2018 Performer at Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersAneesh Sheth‘s credits include, The Public: Southern Comfort, Twelfth Night: Mobile Unit. Regional/Tours: Bombay Dreams (1st National), Around the World in 80 Days (Village Theatre). Film/TV: A Kid Like Jake, High Maintenance (HBO), Difficult People (Hulu). Other credits include Lincoln Center Theater, La MaMa Etc., York Theatre, NAMT, NYMF, Bay Area Playwrights Foundation and the Asian American Theatre Company (San Francisco). Proud AEA and SAG/AFTRA member. Training: B.F.A.NYU/Tisch/CAP21.

Jeff Hiller
Special Guest

Jeff Hiller is a regular performer at the UCB Theatre in both New York City and Los Angeles. On TV, Jeff was a regular on Ali Wentworth’s ensemble comedy “Nightcap,” and was seen on “30 Rock,” “Psych,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Community,” “Broad City,” “Playing House,” “Difficult People,” and as Antoine in the Hulu series “The Real Hotwives…” Jeff has also written and starred in a pilot for Universal Cable Productions as well as acting in pilots for NBC, Fox, and CBS. His film work includes Ghost Town, Morning Glory, The Little Tin Man, Adam and the upcoming features Set It Up and The Widow. On stage, he recently completed a triumphant run of Bright Colors and Bold Patterns off-Broadway.  He has also been seen in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Broadway), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare in the Park – Delacorte Theater), and in many other shows off-Broadway and regionally, including playing The Lamb in Silence!, the musical parody of The Silence of the Lambs in both New York and Los Angeles.

2018 After-Party:

Lina Bradford
DJ

Lina Bradford, 2018 Honoree and After Party Performer, Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersLina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned in rehearsals became a part of her signature style when she began her DJ career by performing through the gritty East Village scene. She travels through Europe, appearing in Sardinia, St Tropez and Paris. Accolades soon came rolling in, including DJ of the Year and Lifetime Achievement awards at the Glammys and Sage Innovator. DJ Lina is often seen hosting the biggest private parties from NYC to Europe. Even with all her accomplishments, she feels as if she is just beginning to hit her stride. “I’ve never felt more sexy and solidified in my life,” she says. “This is by far the most beautiful spot I’ve been in.”

Deja Smith & Dee TrannyBear
After-Party Hosts

Deja Smith & Dee TrannyBear, 2018 After Party Hosts of Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersDeja Smith & Dee TrannyBear: Double-D-Production, or DDPro is a concierge hair, makeup, and image consulting team led by Deja Smith and Dee TrannyBear. Our aesthetic lies on the intersection of fashion, art, gender and performance. Our perspective is informed by the fact that we are Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming. We combine all of our experience in these areas to bring beauty to the world in a mainstream way.

Our clients span the gamut from Rupaul’s Drag Race alum to Broadway producers to hard-working strivers to high-powered attorneys. We are proud to work with actor/activist Laverne Cox, internationally acclaimed painter Kehinde Wiley and fashion designer/Project Runway All Star Viktor Luna as well as a wide range of clients, followers and friends that enjoy watching us progress and learning from our work.

Mila Jam
After-Party Performer

Mila Jam, 2018 After Party Performer at Gender & Family Project's Night of 1000 GendersMila Jam: Nyc pop recording artist & transgender superstar, Mila Jam fills every room with talent, personality & undeniable style. A legendary YouTube Sensation turned Original Pop Artist, Mila is known around the world for her unforgettable stage performances & one of a kind music videos. Mila has toured internationally with the Broadway musical RENT; performed alongside James Brown, Mark Ronson, Laverne Cox, Travis Wall, Jody Watley, Lady Kier (Deee-Lite) & Natasha Bedingfield. Appearances include the BBC’s The Lilly Allen Show, MTV & MTV NEWS with special features on The Huffington Post, MTV.com, OUT.com & Perezhilton.com. She is the Odyssey Nightlife Awards Breakthrough Artist (2015), the GLAM Nightlife Awards Best Video & Dance Artist (2013) and the talk show host of an original YouTube Talk Show Series titled “I’m From Driftwood.”

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Sponsors

Year-Round Partner and Champion Sponsor:

Bank of America, Sponsor of Ackerman Institute's Gender & Family Project

Champion Sponsors:

Isabel Rose & Jeff Fagan Foundation, Sponsor of Ackerman Institute's Gender & Family Project            NYU Langone Medical Center, Sponsor of Ackerman Institute's Gender & Family Project

Diamond Sponsor:

Glaeser Family Foundation

Benefit Committee:*

Sam Broekema
Alessandra Gouldner
John Greenstein & Rebecca Rubel
Juju Supply Co.
Cindy Krupp
Jeremy Matz
Matthew Moore & Joshua Winger
David Press & Tim Scholler
Nick Schulman
Steven Sousa
Eva Zuckerman

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