The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus performs its concert "When I Was Your Age" on Thursday, March 27 at Fabrefaction Theatre. The GA Voice caught up with Kevin Robison, artistic director of AGMC, about the new conc...
The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus is believed to be the first openly gay organization to perform inside the Georgia Capitol and on Wednesday the group of men sang within its stately halls for the second time. Member...
Friday, Feb. 28 The Atlanta Gay Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC) hosts its Fourth Friday networking event from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Vivid Hair Salon, www.vividatlanta.com Fabrefaction Theatre Company’ homoerotic ...
Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus — and the new women's chorus, too -- in concert this weekend
The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus presents "No Rest for the Wicked" this weekend, but tickets are sold out for all but the Saturday matinee performance of the show that features songs from the hit musical and the debut of the AGMC Women's Chorus Project.
"No Rest for Wicked" focuses on the music of composer Stephen Schwartz. The third most successful Broadway musical ever, "Wicked" is based on Gregory Maguire's novel "Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West" and tells the story behind the "Wizard of Oz" character.
It’s just not the holidays without music to put you in the festive spirit. Atlanta’s gay and lesbian choruses are poised to host their annual holiday concerts with inclusive messages of peace and hope.
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus returns to the Cathedral of Saint Philip for its annual holiday concert, this year called “And on Earth, Peace.” The concerts are set for Dec. 7-8, including the traditional ice cream social after the 2 p.m. show on Dec. 8. The chorus also offers a preview show Dec. 1 at Red Clay Theatre in Duluth.
Kevin Robinson, artistic director for AGMC, said this year’s theme of peace goes hand-in-hand with the season.
Atlanta's gay and lesbian chorus performs holiday concerts this weekend
The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus today announced the AGMC Women's Chorus Project, a new ensemble that will feature women performers. The group says the new musical group will be “committed to effecting social change through the power of music.”
Kevin Robinson, artistic director for the chrous:
“We're building the launch pad for this new group with this exciting project. Rehearsals begin in January and the ensemble will make its debut in AGMC's spring concert, No Rest for the WICKED: The Music of Stephen Schwartz. The project is expected to quickly grow in membership and following, and to assume the formal title of Atlanta Women's Chorus.”
Dr. Melissa Arasi, who is currently the supervisor of music, theatre and dance for the Cobb County School system, has been tapped to lead the AGMC Women's Chorus Project.
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus is preparing to present “Red, White & You,” a new “mission driven” concert devoted to equality and the struggle for human rights — but not before first having a little fun at the annual Big Wig party.
The party, which this year features a fairytale theme of “Once Upon a Wig,” is set for June 2 at the former Fox Sports Grill location at Atlantic Station. Wigs are encouraged — the bigger and more elaborate, the better — with a best-wig contest as part of the festivities.
Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door, with those not wearing wigs paying $40. DJ Todd Skelton spins.
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