One Night Only
About Day 365 Live!
Actress, content creator, and TikTok sensation Dylan Mulvaney made her grand return to the stage in a one-night-only variety show celebrating her 365th Day of Girlhood on Monday, March 13th, 2023! Streamed live from New York City’s iconic Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center, Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 Live! marked one full year since Dylan began publicly sharing her journey in her viral “Days of Girlhood” series.
Hosted by Dylan, the extravaganza featured special guest appearances and performances by Alexandrea Billings (“Transparent”), Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Dominique Jackson (“Pose”), Tony Award® nominee L Morgan Lee (A Strange Loop), Senator Sarah McBride, Reneé Rapp (“The Sex Lives of College Girls,” Mean Girls), Sis Thee Doll (Oklahoma!), and Jonathan Van Ness (“Queer Eye”). The performing ensemble will feature Zachary A. Myers (A Strange Loop), Samora la Perdida (My Broken Language), Wren Rivera (Jagged Little Pill), and Mars Rucker (A Strange Loop, Tina – The Tina Turner Musical).
In partnership with the Trevor Project, 100% of profits from Day 365 Live! went toward their mission to end suicide among LGBTQ young people.
About Dylan Mulvaney
Dylan Mulvaney (she/they) is a trans actress, comic, and content creator. Her viral videos have received nearly 1 billion views across TikTok and Instagram, and have have been shown on news stations and meme accounts like CBS and UNILAD.
In 2022, she was awarded the TikTok Trailblazer award for her viral series “Days of Girlhood” documenting her transition journey. The series has received over 1 billion views and amassed 12 million followers. She also launched a limited run of T-shirts inspired by her TikTok series. In October, she was invited to the White House to speak with President Biden on trans rights.
Pre-pandemic, Dylan played Elder White in The Book of Mormon Broadway musical, fresh out of college from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She lives in L.A. with hopes to bring trans stories to the mainstream and explore her love of acting, writing, hosting, and comedy.
The Trevor Project is the leading organization working to end LGBTQ youth suicide in the U.S. and beyond. The nonprofit operates several programs to help prevent and respond to the public health crisis of LGBTQ youth suicide, including 24/7 free crisis services, research, advocacy, education, and peer support.