Gay Men's Chorus Season Concludes with McNally-Penned Out on Broadway June 22

News   Gay Men's Chorus Season Concludes with McNally-Penned Out on Broadway June 22
 
Tony Award winner Terrence McNally has penned the book for the final concert in the New York City Gay Men's Chorus 24th season.

Entitled Out on Broadway, the June 22 concert at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall will pay tribute to the gay creators of American musical theatre and the gay characters and subjects found in many Broadway productions. Concertgoers can expect to hear such tunes as The Producers' "Keep It Gay,"Avenue Q's "If You Were Gay," La Cage aux Folles' "I Am What I Am" and "A Little More Mascara," Kiss of the Spider Woman's "You Could Never Shame Me," Rent's "Will I" and Mame's "If He Walked Into My Life." Show time is 8 PM. A co-commission with the Seattle Men's Chorus, the concert will also premiere on the West Coast this summer. Alex Rybeck has arranged the musical selections, which will be performed under the baton of Jeffrey Maynard.

Avery Fisher Hall is located in New York at 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, Broadway at 65th Street. Tickets, priced $31-$84, are available by calling (212) 721- 6500 or by visiting www.lincolncenter.org.

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