Maggie Cee is an artist, activist, dancer, writer, and educator committed to community and social change. She is the 2011 recipient of the History Project’s Lavender Rhino Award for an emerging LGBT history maker.
She is the founder and artistic director of The Femme Show, a ground-breaking touring variety show about queer femme identity and femininity. Current projects include Starting from Fem, a solo performance; and The Society for the Preservation and Promotion of Sapphic Social Mores.
In addition to touring with the Femme Show, she has been seen at BarWotever (London), MondoHomo (Atlanta), the Dance Complex (Cambridge, MA), the HOT Festival at Dixon Place (NYC), the 2008 and 2012 Femme Conferences, and the Stonewall Inn (NYC). Dance and choreography credits include Public Displays of Motion, Big Moves, Ballet Rox, the Boston Children's Dance Festival, and Dances in Black and White at the Shubert Theatre.
During her baby-gay-for-pay career, Maggie was featured in the Advocate magazine’s 2006 “Future Gay Rights Leaders.” She attended Emerson College on the Mutchnick Scholarship for LGBTQ activism.
Maggie lives with the butch of her dreams, their co-op mates, and three orange cats in Hudson, MA. When she’s not making and producing queer art, she can be found teaching ballet, sewing her own clothes, and swimming outdoors as often as possible.
Fee support for Maggie Cee may be available to nonprofit organizations through the New England States Touring (NEST) program of the New England Foundation for the Arts. Visit www.nefa.org for more information.