York County Pride Performers

Entertainment That Excites and Educates

York County Pride showcases the talent of many local performers including speakers, music, dance, theater, poetry, spoken word, and performance art.

The Rainbow Rose Center proudly compensates all performers, because we value their time and talents. We also include opportunities for the community to contribute to the performances via tipping methods, as well as social media information so that the performer can grow their following for participating in our events.


2020 Equality Fest Regent

Baltimore born and raised, and now residing in Dover. Sarabesque has been a York community member for the past 4 years. She has performed in many places around PA, and is former Miss Stallions and Miss Gay Harrisburg. In 2020, Sarabesque competed in the first ever Equality Fest Regent Pageant and was crowned after an amazing performance. She is host of several drag shows in the area including venues such as the Cove, the Handsome Cab, and Tutoni’s. She has even performed at York College. She is very excited to be part of local community events and looks forward to connecting and providing you with entertainment that will leave you wanting more!

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A multi instrumentalist from York PA. Their mission statement is “music that can unite every person under one sky”. When the pandemic ends, they plan on gigging out their music with a live band. Influences include Bon Iver, The Midnight, Coldplay, Devin Townsend, and other blends of alternative/indie rock and hardcore punk.


Hi I’m Miss.Scarcity and I love food, shopping, cooking, and of course BOYS!

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Buck and Wing Tap Company

Buck and Wing Tap Company is a tap performance group from Lower Bucks county. Our performance groups consist of a youth Troup and adult company. Our desire is to keep the history of tap alive and provide opportunities for tap dancers of any age or level the outlet to create art and music by dancing.
Donna Heffner, Melissa Heffner Katherine Johnson, Cassaday o’Neill, Tina Lamanna, Stacy Bishop, lynn Montemuro, Alison Schnaudt, Lindsey Hamilton, Missy Mest

Lydia Peters

Lydia has been dancing since the age of 2 and hasn’t stopped since! She studies at Art of Dance Studios in Bethlehem, PA. She has also spent time studying at the PA Youth Theatre and the PA Youth Ballet. She has been seen on stage in numerous dance competitions and performances, as well as in Mary Poppins Jr (Michael), Mulan Jr, 101 Dalmations Kids,, and the Veleveteen Rabbit. Lydia has received numerous Platinum and High Gold awards at regional dance competitions as well as Top 5 finishes for her solo and group dances.

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carebaer is a trans, non-binary singer/songwriter from South Jersey. Their music is about making people feel included, no matter where they come from or who they are. They strive to make others feel less alone in their journey through shared experiences through music.

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Jace Eliot

Jace is a 24-year-old trans man from York. He is a creator and performer, in both poetry and theater. He is proud to be trans and queer!

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Caroline Wolfe (soprano)

Caroline Wolfe (soprano) studies at Longy School of Music to pursue a Masters of Music in Vocal Studies and Historical Performance. She also holds a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory. Caroline is a student of Dr. Dana Varga and Anne Azema and has previously studied under Lorraine Manz, Dr. Randal Woodfield, and Sommer Garner. She has sung with Oberlin Opera Theater and Opera Susquehanna and has also produced, directed, and performed in several one-act operas, including Dominick Argento’s Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night (2019).

Emilyn Bedell 

Emilyn Bedell is a student at York Suburban High School with a love for music. She plays violin, piano, ukulele, and sings in school chorus. They also participate in the school’s GSA, and are so excited to be performing again!

Strangelove Vaudeville


 The Indestructible Lady



The Faerialist

Steel your hearts and behold, the damsels of danger, Krystal Younglove and Nova Nyx from The Strangelove Vaudeville. These two flirtatious vaudevillians have been performing their various circus talents together for about 3 years. Prepare yourself for their sparkles, sass, and sometimes class.

LGBT Center of Central PA History Project- Barry Loveland

Barry Loveland is the founder and chair of the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project and has been active in LGBTQ+ organizations for more than 40 years. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Sciences from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Master of Science in Historic Preservation Planning from Eastern Michigan University. He worked for 32 years for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission before retiring in December 2015.

Support the History Project by using the QR Code. You will be directed to the donation log in screen of the LGBT Center of Central PA. If you want your donation to go specifically to our History Project, you will need to indicate that in the notes section of the donation page.

Sasha McGinley

A poet at heart, Sasha’s work seek to capture the human experience in metaphors. From stories of coming out to love, many of her works showcase LGBTQA themes as someone of the group themselves. She aims to provide a moving experience for the reader or listener, no matter who they are.


JahTheG.O.D is an alchemist of sound, feeling, and image. Through music they transmute their inner world into a soundscape of memories, emotions, and wishes. Jah can be seen featured in Harrisburg Fashion Week 2021, as well as Equality Fest 2020 and its subsequent Regent Pageant as a judge.

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Jamie Angel

Jamie Angel is a Non-Binary Drag Performer. They are an Author, Artist, Designer, Advocate, and Entrepreneur. They enjoy incorporating important advocacy concepts into their creative endeavors. Their most recent work has been their book Dru the Draggin’ Dragon, which they expect to be released by July 1, 2021. As a a performer with multiple disabilities, Jamie Angel works to increase accessibility in the arts, and within the LGBTQIA+ Community.

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