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Perfect Harmony Puts on a Show!

March 15, 2009

NOTE:  This is a shameless plug for Perfect Harmony Men’s Chorus Spring Cabaret….

Time is running out.  You only have 2 chances yet today (3 p.m. and 7 p.m.) to see Perfect Harmony Men’s Chorus’ production of “Dark Mirror” at the West Side Club.

It’s an odd show but many of the performances more than make up for the concept.  It’s worth the price of admission alone (it’s a fundraiser) to hear and see Terrence Gilles perform the great Sondheim number “I’m Still Here”.  Never has it been done in such a way.

Another highlight of the show is Ed Anderson’s version of “Mr. Cellophane”.  Truly brings down the house with his subtle interpretation of this classic number from “Chicago”.

The show builds to a fun ending with your’s truly performing “I Am What I Am” from La Cage Au Folles and a rousing rendition of “Keep it Gay” from The Producers performed by Keith Eccarius.  All in all a fun 2 hours of entertainment. 

Seats are still available for the last 2 shows today.  3 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the West Side Club.

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