It’s an election year, and what could be more election-y than a bunch of gay boys singing about American stuff?
The Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus is all geared up and ready to sing and dance you into a voting frenzy this spring. Our show is called Apple Pie (the “as American as …” flavor) and it’s packed with big-band swing, patriotic marches, barbershop quartets, anthems about marriage equality, American folk songs and some truly astounding works by Aaron Copland. Of course, we’re also peppering the show with splashes of our trademark irreverence. And we’re presenting it all to you in a dramatic flourish of blue jeans and bunting.
Get your tickets now. And don’t show up late! I choreographed the opening number, a high-energy swing medley of my two favorite Barry Manilow songs ever: “Jump Shout Boogie” and “Bandstand Boogie.”
Show dates and times are:
Friday, April 4 @ 8:00 pm
Saturday, April 5 @ 3:00 pm
Saturday, April 5 @ 8:00 pm
You can order tickets here or buy in person at the box office:
2936 N. Southport
See you there!