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Gay Men's Chorus of L.A. With Stephen Schwartz & Liz Callaway


Come to see the Gay Men's Chorus in their new show "Not Entirely Wicked - The Music of Stephen Schwartz" with special guest star Liz Calloway.



Broadway's brilliant Stephen Schwartz and extraordinary vocalist Liz Calloway are set to perform with the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles as they wrap up their 34th season with a special song-and-dance tribute to the legendary composer. Guest Conductor Dr. Timothy Seelig of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus will lead the 200-plus member L.A. chorus in memorable stage songs and medleys from Schwartz's many hits, including Wicked, The Baker's Wife, Children of Eden, Godspell, The Magic Show and Pippin, along with screen favorites like Enchanted, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Pocahontas and The Prince of Egypt. Callaway provided the singing voices for many of those memorable animated characters, and she's also starred on Broadway in Cats, Miss Saigon, Merrily We Roll Along and more. Schwartz is scheduled to take a turn at the piano for the debut of his new choral work Testimony, about teens struggling to come to terms with their sexuality and thoughts of suicide. Inspired by the "It Gets Better" project, this is Schwartz's most revealing and emotional piece to date. He's also anticipating a 2013 Broadway opening for his new musical, Houdini, starring Hugh Jackman.




To get discount tickets for this show first sign up for Goldstar by CLICKING HERE. Then get your discount tickets from Goldstar by CLICKING HERE.



Meet near the ticket office of the theatre before the show at 2:45PM.

We'll decide where to go out after the show.


This event is crossposted on other Meetup groups.



You'll also have the chance to meet:

8 Fun People from "Southern California Gay & Lesbian Club (and Friends)"

16 Members from "Los Angeles Gay Theatre-goers (and friends) !"

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    June 21, 2013

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