Quist’s mission is to educate the world about the roots of the LGBT community, make LGBT history more engaging and relevant, and let LGBT youth know that others have shared their struggle.
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“I learned early on that as long as I knew my material, stage fright was not an issue.”
“Knowing I can use my talents to raise money and awareness to help out my community is why I love this organization and the Turtle Creek Chorale.”
“TCC is filled with people who are like me. Funny, creative, musical, and more. We aren’t different when we’re together. We’re stronger.”
“We are going to be using the parade to let the community share in the celebration of our 35th season.”
“When your friends see you giving to an organization, they similarly want to give and be a part. Some call this peer-pressure. We call it ‘awesome-sauce.’”
“For a few days, it seemed as if the world was united in sorrow. And within that sorrow, there was a genuine outpouring of love-filled thought, free from hatred and ill will.”
Although it may not get cold enough in Dallas for this puffy alternative, TCC members believe in the power of both statement jackets and basic cardigans.
“It’s everything you love about a Turtle Creek Chorale holiday show. It will knock your socks off. Tears, laughter, and all kinds of wonderful, beautiful moments.”
“Maleficent has been my favorite movie so far. It’s interesting to see Maleficent’s side of the story, like how Wicked is to the Wizard of Oz.”