ROCKLAND — Lindsay ‘Lindz’ Amer, the creator of Queer Kid Stuff, the edutainment company that brings LGBTQ+ and social justice media to kids and families, presents the live show “It’s Pride” at the Strand Theatre, 345 Main St., on Sunday, June 5, at 3 p.m. As a Strand Family Series special event, tickets for the show are on a Pay-What-You-Can sliding scale of $0 to $20, and the concert is available to livestream. The hour-long performance is appropriate for all ages.

In this celebration of PRIDE, Lindz tells about PRIDE’S roots with a kid-friendly historical retelling of Stonewall and the creation of the beloved Rainbow Flag. Pride-themed original songs and covers will be performed as Lindz recounts LGBTQ+ history.

In 2015, Amer and their best stuffed friend Teddy created Queer Kid Stuff, an LGBTQ+ and social justice web series for kids. On a YouTube channel with more than 25,000 subscribers, they explain queer topics through a vlog-style conversation with young viewers focused on love and family. The short videos are a tool for parents, teachers and LGBTQ+ adults to help them explain these words and ideas to young children in their lives; recommended for all ages. Since then, Queer Kid Stuff has become much more than a web series — growing into an edutainment staple for schools, libraries, childcare centers and events aiming to provide energetic and informative performances about all things LGBTQ+.

The video of this performance will also be available to stream after the event throughout the month of June.

“It’s Pride” is presented with community support from Out Maine.

Tickets are on a Pay-What-You-Can sliding scale of $0 to $20. For COVID safety, masks are required for those age two and older, and the audience capacity is set at 75 people (22%).  More information, and tickets to see the show in-person or live streamed, can be found at or at (207) 594-0070.