Metro Weekly editor Randy Shulman interviewed members of the creative team for GMCW’s Pride concert And the Tony Goes To… to discuss the concert’s song choices, how they reflect LGBTQ history, and the concert’s celebration of the LGBTQ community in one massive event. Randy spoke with stage director Frank Shutts, GMCW Artistic Director Thea Kano, and GMCW singing members Tom Boeke and Bill Cutter, who helped with song choices and writing the script for the concert.
“The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington belting out Broadway showstoppers is a time-honored tradition for the storied 36-year-old troupe. And yet, their annual Spring Pride Concert contains a clever thematic twist that provides the evening a timely bit of freshness, while infusing it with a deeper, underlying meaning: the selections are from shows that contained LGBTQ content and were showered with Tony Awards (not to mention a good drenching of nominations).”
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And the Tony Goes To… will be presented June 3 &4 at the Lincoln Theatre. For more information or tickets, click HERE.