Joanna Gleason, and Judy Garland Tribute, Spice Gay Men's Chorus Season in Los Angeles

News   Joanna Gleason, and Judy Garland Tribute, Spice Gay Men's Chorus Season in Los Angeles The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles will celebrate its 25th season with guest artist Joanna Gleason (Into The Woods) as well as a tribute to the music of Judy Garland.
Joanna Gleason
Joanna Gleason

Actress Gleason will be featured in the first GMCLA program "Holiday In and Out," Dec. 19-21. The traditional show will also include Vox Femina-Los Angeles and the return of some beloved holiday production numbers seen over the past 25 years. The second program is an homage to the company's hometown titled "Spotlight On Los Angeles." The concert will celebrate some of L.A.'s most noted artists and composers, March 26-28, 2004.

Closing out the anniversary season will be "You Made Me Love You: The Music of Judy Garland," July 9-11, 2004. The program will honor the legendary performer, tracing her career from child star to her MGM days to the concerts at the Palace and the Palladium and beyond.

The company was given much attention last season as a number of their members were featured as part of the plotline in the HBO drama "Six Feet Under." The gay character of David played by Michael C. Hall (Cabaret, Chicago) joined the choir earlier in the season.

Tickets are available by calling (800) MEN-SING (800-636-7464) or the Alex Theatre Box office, 216 North Brand Blvd. in Glendale, CA at (818) 243-2539. For more information, visit the GMCLA website at www.gmcla.org.