I'm Beautiful Damn It: Gay Men's Chorus of Houston Celebrates Bette Midler
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About the Ticket Supplier: Bayou City Performing Arts
Bayou City Performing Arts (BCPA) was founded as the Montrose Singers, Inc. in November of 1979. Led by founding director Andy Mills, the Houston based men’s chorus met with early successes marked by lavish productions at the Tower Theatre, performing with as many as 80 singing members. The BCPA family of choruses has expanded to include Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston (GMCH), Bayou City Women’s Chorus (BCWC), Bayou City Chorale (BCC), and Bayou Rhythms. 2010/2011 marks BCPA’s 32nd anniversary of continuous performances. BCPA has been termed “the best face of diversity in Houston,” widely respected for community leadership in inclusion and diversity, and continues to provide opportunities for a wide range of Houstonians, fulfilling its mission of excellence in music – coupled with unity and pride.