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Felicia D Knightt relayed her life story on stage at Art Sanctuary and the Alley Theater. The show  was moving and inspired many laughs in addition to tears as she spoke of her childhood, her first love, and how the group Exodus International tried to "save" her from homosexuality. 

The show and Felicia's strength are a great reminder to follow one's heart and  individuality no matter the opposition or trials you might face. 

Felicia was joined on stage by Skylar Dawn, Ciliya St. James, Cyndi Snow, Lindsay Doyle, Amanda Doyle, Tad Desarn, Ed Hiemer,Shane West, Darshwood the Conjuror and Hurricane Summers.  The Va Va Vixens also made a guest appearance performance in support of their upcoming show, Va Va Vintage, which opens this weekend. 

 

 

Shane West performs

 

Felicia D. Knightt performs

 

Felicia D. Knightt speaks to the audience about trials she has faced.

 

A picture of Felicia D. Knight with the group Exodus International was shown as she speaks of how they would put her in ice baths and make her look at pictures of men to try to heal her of her homosexuality. 

Felicia D. Knightt shares a childhood photo.

 

Riker Hill played a heartbroken young Felicia.

Felicia poses for her fans.

 

The Va Va Vixens guest performance with the chair dance.

 

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Jessica Lynn has been writing for Louisville.com since fall of 2010 and has also been published in LEO, Velocity, Voice-Tribune and others after serving as Editor in Chief of The JCC student newspaper, The Quadrangle. She has also served as columnist or contributing writer to an array of online publications.

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