Circle Jerk, the critically acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize® Finalist piece has announced special guest hosts for its late-night performances in honor of Pride live at The Connelly Theater (220 E 4th Street) and live streamed online. Every performance of Circle Jerk is available both in person and live streamed simultaneously.

Circle Jerk’s upcoming wild, late-night Pride performances will be hosted by Philip Picardi (former editor-in-chief at OUT), Brontez Purnell (dancer, musician, film maker, author of “100 Boyfriends”), Brandon Flynn (“13 Reasons Why”) and A’ziah ‘Zola’ King (writer, executive producer, erotic artist and social media personality).

Philip Picardi and Brontez Purnell will host the Pride performance on Friday, June 17th at 10:30pm. Brandon Flynn and A’ziah ‘Zola’ King will host the Pride performance on Saturday, June 18th at 10:30pm. Additional Pride performances are Friday, June 24th at 10:30pm and Saturday, June 25th at 3pm.

In Circle Jerk, it’s winter on Gaymen Island, a summer retreat for the homosexual rich and fame-ish. This off-season, two White Gay internet trolls hatch a plot to take back what’s wrongfully theirs. Cancellations, meme schemes, and political and erotically flip flops abound as three actors playing nine parts play out this chaotic live-streamed descent into the high-energy, quick-change, low-brow shitpit of the internet.

Please visit to purchase tickets and for additional information.

Photos: Emilio Madrid