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Cirque Du Soleil Presents Equality Night at Dodger Stadium

Proceeds benefiting Los Angeles LGBT Center

By Chole Marie Rivera

On Thursday, February 13 Cirque Du Soleil hosted Equality Night, with a portion of their proceeds benefiting the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

The message of Cirque Du Soleil’s new show VOLTA is to “celebrate diversity and to embrace everyone’s uniqueness” according to a press release. Stars who walked the rainbow carpet included luminaries such as Bobby Berk, Kyle Krieger, Max Emerson, Carter The Body, Alexandra Grey, AmbersCloset, Anna Camp, Chaunte Wayans, Jacob Tobia, Jaicy Elliott, VINCINT, Betty Who, Nik Dodani, Ethan Hethcote, Garrett Clayton, Isis King, John Halbach, Laith Ashley, MacDoesIt, Madam Muse, Ethan Hethcote, Mark Miller, Mollee Gray, Stephanie Rice,Tré Melvin and Willam Belli.

VOLTA is organizing Equality Nights to benefit local LGBT community charities in the cities where the show tours. The Los Angeles LGBT center provides free or low-cost services across the LGBT community in health, social services and housing, culture and education, leadership and advocacy.

To view a gallery of the stars walking the rainbow carpet visit: https://www.onlinepictureproof.com/photographybylorenzo/albums/eventsb1a/746800/browse/

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