Gay Men’s Chorus of Charlotte
March 29, 6:34 p.m.
Pearl Event Center
Gay Men’s Chorus of Charlotte hosts their annual black-tie gala dinner, complete with entertainment by the chorus and its small ensemble, 7th Son. Tickets are $50.
“The Big Gay Sing 2:, On Broadway”
McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square.
The chorus reprises their wildly successful Big Gay Sing, the biggest, most excellent and most fabulous sing- and dance-along Charlotte has ever seen is back! Cheer, sing, dance and laugh to Broadway’s very best!
Central Piedmont Community College
3:04 pm. & 8:04 p.m.
The Music of Cole Porter, the composer of songs like “Anything Goes,” “Night and Day,” “I Get A Kick Out of You,” and “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” was one of America’s most prolific writers of music for stage and screen. Join 7th Son, the small ensemble of GMCC, as we celebrate the amazing music of this master of the stage who found his muse in the men he loved.
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One Voice Chorus
“From the Ranks”
March 8, 7:30 p.m.
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Sotto Voce, the auditioned chamber ensemble of One Voice Chorus, presents an evening of song and story exploring and celebrating LGBT U.S. service members in history. The evening features music of Dan Forrest, Dale Warland, Eric Lane Barnes paired with accounts from active and retired local LGBT soldiers.
April 11-12, 7:30 p.m.
Myers Park Baptist Church
One Voice sheds light on a critical issue within the LGBT community: Homeless LGBT Youth. With help from Time Out Youth and Urban Ministry Center, the chorus is reaching out to hear the stories of LGBT youth who have been (or are) homeless. Through a grant from the Charlotte Lesbian and gay Fund, the chorus will share these stories in a video and musical documentary — both to premier at its spring concert, “HOME.” The concert will also celebrate the families that LGBT people of all ages create for themselves.
“Hollywood Squares: Divas”
June 19, 8 p.m.
North Carolina Dance Theater
Hollywood Squares is back again and this year it’s all about the Divas! Featuring Barbara, Cher and more, the event is part retro game show and part concert … all with the same irreverent fun audiences have come to expect.
— Compiled by qnotes staff from publicity materials