Thursday, September 04, 2008

Hollywood stars help the Gay Men's Chorus of LA celebrate their 30th anniversary!

In 1978, while cars burned in the plaza outside San Francisco's City Hall to protest the sentencing of Harvey Milk's killer, a small group of men joined the demonstrations-and began to sing. That's how the modern gay choral movement was born.

Broadway World reports:
It was a packed house in Los Angeles's Walt Disney Hall on Monday night, August 25th, as Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles celebrated their 30th anniversary season with the stunning Joely Fisher as host/performer.

Fans and friends on hand for the celebration were Florence Henderson, Loni Anderson, Donna Mills, Dee Wallace, Ber Fox, Clay Adkins, Tippi Hedren, Channing Chase, Kate Linder, Alison Arngrim, Henry Polic, Cassandra Peterson, Johnny Mathis and cast members of Sordid Lives.

Read about the celebration and see more photos!