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Queer community choir Out In Harmony performs tomorrow night.
Vancouver’s gay/bi/trans/queer/lesbian/allies adult community choir, Out In Harmony — you may remember them from the 2011 Outgames Opening Ceremonies — is gearing up for its spring concert, “Heroes & Villains.”
Director Nicola Hamilton and her non-auditioned choir offer an evening of thoughtful questions about the nature of good and evil through song. How much do these themes shape society? Why are we fascinated by stories of heroes and villains? Which traits are good, which evil? Out in Harmony hopes to examine such puzzles with songs about angels and devils like Harriet Tubman, Spider-Man, and Cruella de Vil. Oh, and if you haven’t seen Glenn Close get her evil on for the live action film version of 101 Dalmatians (pictured), you really should. It’s camp-tastic!
We’re gonna go out on a limb and say that since she wanted to make a fur coat out of 101 adorable dalmatian puppies, that last one is definitely on the “Villains” list.
OUT IN HARMONY: HEROES AND VILLAINS
Saturday, June 9th at Central Presbyterian Church (1155 Thurlow St.).
Tickets $15 at Little Sister’s (1238 Davie St.) or at door.