YuleTube: Sounds of the Season with San Diego Gay Men's Chorus
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The last date listed for YuleTube was Sunday December 4, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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Two of the funniest improv comedians working today are taking the stage together at Balboa Theatre, and you can participate in the show. Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are best known as cast members of the British and U.S. versions of the popular improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? These two comedy pros show you how it's done in a show entirely driven by audience participation. Audience members yell out suggestions and Mochrie and Sherwood will run with it, creating hilarious scenes made up on the spot. Throughout the show, audience members are brought up on stage to add an extra element of the unexpected. Whether you're in your seat or find yourself on the stage, the comedians will make it funny -- all you have to do is have fun. Learn More
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I found this performance very dull/ gloomy/ sad/ boring. Poems by Tennyson, songs about the persecution of Jews. What???? Not my favorite way to start the holiday season. I have seen the choir before and it was wonderful, happy, funny. Not this time. Such talent and preparation for this event to bomb in my opinion.
About the Ticket Supplier: San Diego Gay Men's Chorus
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus, one of the ten largest GALA choruses in the United States, features more than 130 talented and dedicated singers devoted to the Chorus mission statement, "To create a positive musical experience through exciting performances which engage our audiences, build community support and provide a dynamic force for social change."
After performing together in December 2009 for the first time in 17 years, the San Diego Men's Chorus (SDMC) and the Gay Men's Chorus of San Diego (GMCSD), with their uniquely distinctive and proud histories, officially merged to create the new San Diego Gay Men's Chorus (SDGMC). The newly merged Chorus looks forward to continuing the tradition of extraordinary musicianship and dedication to community outreach of their predecessors. In the process, SDGMC hopes to inspire thousands of people, win new fans, and write its own unique chapter in the histories of San Diego, of LGBT equality, and of choral music.