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Rave review for The Holiday Show

December 12, 2017 MD Theatre Guide says The Holiday Show is “not to be missed” Critic Liz Ruth-Brinegar from MD Theatre Guide gave a rave review for the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC’s 2017 holiday concert, titled The Holiday Show. “If you’ve never seen the GMCW in concert before, I have great confidence that once […]

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Potomac Fever on ABC7

Washington, DC November 30, 2017 Potomac Fever appears on ABC7 News On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, our vocal ensemble Potomac Fever appeared on ABC7 (WJLA) and NewsChannel8 to sing holiday carols and promote our upcoming production of The Holiday Show. Potomac Fever joined Kidd O’Shea on the morning news outside the Wiehle-Reston metro stop to […]

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The District Now Review: “A fun night”

November 15, 2017 Washington, DC Rave review for It Takes Two Theater critic Aaron Myers of The District Now gave a rave review to the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC’s season-opening cabaret It Takes Two presented on November 11 at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Myers writes ” I’m not positive if it was said […]

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DC Metro Theater Arts Review: “Innovative and charming concert”

Washington, DC November 15, 2017 Rave review for It Takes Two Theater critic David Friscic of DC Metro Theater Arts gave a rave review to the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC’s season-opening cabaret It Takes Two presented on November 11 at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Friscic writes “This innovative and charming concert ended […]

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Live recording of Southern Equality Tour

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC will host a special live concert of music from our Southern Equality Tour to be recorded live. This performance is free and open to the public. Seating is general admission. No need to purchase tickets or RSVP – just come join us on September 30 for an afternoon of glorious Broadway […]

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GMCW celebrates queer underground with Ropeburn

The 2017 GMCW Fall Event The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW) is pleased to announce the debut of a new fall event entitled Ropeburn, a celebration of the queer underground in the underground and fall fundraiser. Ropeburn will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 starting at 7:00pm in the Dupont Underground, located at […]

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Raising Our Voices Against Hate

August 28, 2017 Washington, DC Since January, and even well before that, we have witnessed a near constant assault on virtually every group that can be referred to as ‘other.’ We have heard hateful rhetoric about women, people with disabilities, immigrants, people of color, queer youth, transgender people, people of different faiths, especially those of […]

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Moving the Needle with Love

by Thea Kano We had just boarded the buses following our performance at the Knoxville Pride Festival when we saw several protesters at the festival’s entrance, so we asked the drivers to pull over. Our 100 singers unloaded the buses and crossed four lanes of traffic to get to the other side of the road […]

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GMCW surrounds protesters with song

On June 17, 2017, while in Knoxville, TN to perform at Knoxville Pride as part of their Southern Equality Tour, GMCW encountered a group of anti-LGBTQ protesters outside the Knoxville Coliseum where the Knoxville Pride events were taking place. GMCW had finished performing and were on the tour buses about to head back to the […]

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Dispatches from the road

by Justin Fyala 1600 miles. 100 singers. 8 concerts. 6 states. 4 days. 2 buses. 1 voice. I dropped off my dog Daphne. I picked up coffee. I made my way to our departure point. As I turned the corner, I saw a singer walking, no, sashaying toward the bus. I stopped in my tracks […]

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