Ann Harada, who created the role of Christmas Eve in the Tony-winning musical Avenue Q, will be the special guest star at the New York City Gay Men's Chorus' Feb. 28, 2011, concert.
Entitled Harmony, the 6:30 PM event is subtitled "A musical gala benefiting the New York City Gay Men's Chorus & Youth Pride Chorus Promoting Equality Through the Power of Song."
Joining Harada at Christie's (20 Rockefeller Plaza) will be members of the NYCGMC, Youth Pride Chorus and Jacqueline Jonée. The evening will also include a live auction by a Christie's auctioneer and a special appearance by Ermine Muff.
Harada has also been seen on Broadway in 9 to 5, Les Misérables, Seussical and M. Butterfly.
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