Gay Men's Chorus of L.A. With Stephen Schwartz & Liz Callaway
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Give Wayne Newton a violin, a banjo, a guitar, a trumpet, a piano -- he'll play them all, completely by ear, often in the same song. Or just hand the man a microphone and he can belt out the hits like "Danke Schoen," "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" or "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" in his inimitable tenor, as glorious as ever. Now, "Mr. Las Vegas" himself, the man who had a hit record when Elvis Presley was still driving a truck, comes to wow audiences anew at the Saban Theatre. Discover why more than 40 million people have watched this musical sensation perform live during this compelling, intimate concert. Learn More
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The weather was Always dress dressy and nice. You're going to a theatre. I wore A long 2 pc. outfit that was dressy and I received compliments too. People lets dress again like they use to do, years ago!.Debbie Allen's Brothers of the Knight dress • Sep 13 2014 star this tip starred
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Wicked. Godspell. Pippin. Modern American musicals like these defy gravity by inspiring musical theater fans all over the world. Composer Stephen Schwartz has produced a remarkable repertoire that spans almost half a century, yet he simply refuses to slow down. With Hugh Jackman set to star in Broadway’s all-new Houdini next season, Stephen’s magical music is once again poised to dazzle an entirely new generation of fans.
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles is proud to announce an exhilarating tribute to the man who continues to create some of the most unforgettable music and lyrics of our time. Witness all the sensational singing, the delectable dancing, and the outrageous surprises, as they honor one of America’s most beloved composers. With a special guest appearance by Stephen Schwartz himself, you won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Emmy Award-winner and Tony Award-nominee Liz Callaway boasts a phenomenal career spanning singing, acting and recording. Her singing voice has brought to life such classic animated characters as Princess Jasmine and The Swan Princess, while her Broadway career has kept fans riveted with powerful performances in Cats, Baby, Miss Saigon, Merrily We Roll Along and more. The chorus welcomes Ms. Callaway as their special guest performer.
About the Ticket Supplier: Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles
Hailed by the LA Times as “one of the last important links to a glorious tradition in music,” Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles has been a notable part of Southern California for almost thirty-five years. Formed in 1979 as a completely volunteer effort of 99 men, GMCLA has doubled in size, gained professional artistic and administrative staff, toured internationally, released fifteen compact discs, and appeared with numerous stage, film, and television celebrities like Lily Tomlin, Melissa Manchester, Jerry Herman, Valarie Pettiford and LeAnn Rimes.
Among the many “firsts” of this dynamic arts organization, GMCLA was the first gay ensemble to perform for a sitting U.S. President (both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama); the first openly gay performers to be broadcast over Russian television in 1999; the first gay chorus to tour central Europe (1991) and South America (2006), created the original musical “It Gets Better”to combat anti-LGBT bullying (currently on a U.S. tour), and recently performed at the Academy Awards.
In addition to their vocal excellence, GMCLA wows audiences with their uniquely theatrical and inventive productions, performing three major concerts each season. They bring their music education program, Alive Music Project, to high school students across Los Angeles to build bridges between all communities by sharing music and their personal stories. GMCLA sings for a future free from homophobia and discrimination of all kinds.