WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — We’re about half way through pride month, and festivities are not slowing down in Wilmington.
UNCW’s Kenan Auditorium’s Lawn filled up Sunday for a celebration of pride month and the approaching 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, which is known as the birth of the modern LGBT movement.
There was a picnic, party and performance by the local theater group, Mouths of Babes.
Trey Morehouse is the MOB Theater director. He explained why this gathering means so much to the Wilmington LGBT community.
“This means a gathering of people,” Morehouse explained. “This means a community, this means sharing, this means a safe space that’s what this means to me.”
Morehouse invites the community to reach out to mob theater, for more information please visit their Facebook page.