The Will Clark Show at Uncle Charlie's (slide show)

The long-running party and fund-raiser continues to please patrons—and rake in cash for local causes.

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  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

    Will Clark Show

Photograph: Grace Chu

Will Clark Show

Since launching in 2005, Will Clark's variety show–bingo night—party has raised more than $225,000 for local lgbt charities and nonprofits. The weekly event has changed names, venues and nights a few times over the years—you can currently find it at East Side drinkery Uncle Charlie's every Wednesday—but devoted fans always follow. Clark's many weekly guests include local comedians, drag stars, musicians and porn stars. Our photographer caught the party when Mr. Clark welcomed sex-flick star Will Swagger and funny guy Tym Moss, who helped raise funds for AIDS Ride South Africa.


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