Act Four: "Remembered as Ghosts: Making Our Memories Visible through Performativity"

BOB: Keith will tell us how in many small towns across America, it is possible to forget that queers exist and live among their straight counterparts.

KEITH: Walking around silent rather than silenced, the Day of Silence embodied our memories and symbolized the ways in which queer people are often not allowed to speak our own truths. We became theatrical ghosts in our own community.