Music is the soundtrack to our lives—from the ballad you slow-danced to at senior prom to the ballad you slowly walked home alone to. Remember the good times with this GrouponLive deal to see Xanadu, presented by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, at Lisner Auditorium. Choose from the following options:
- For $23, you get one ticket for seating in the middle terrace (up to a $43 value, including all fees).
- For $17, you get one ticket for seating in the rear terrace (up to a $33 value, including all fees).
Choose from the following shows:
- Friday, March 15, at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, March 16, at 8 p.m.
- Sunday, March 17, at 3 p.m.
Box office opens 1 hour before showtime, lobby opens 30 minutes before showtime.
Directed and choreographed by Craig Cipollini, Xanadu—presented by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC—puts its own spin on the cult classic. Spoofing the 1980s film that starred Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly, the musical chronicles the mythical and magical inspiration behind the first roller disco in Venice Beach, telling the tale of a Greek muse who takes the form of a roller-skating mortal. The cast of 74, which includes singers, roller skaters, drag queens, and a pair of magic leg warmers, brings the show to life at Lisner Auditorium, infusing it with a message of the importance of following one’s dreams. While reveling in the neon-hued production, audience members can sing along to hits popularized by Electric Light Orchestra, such as “Evil Woman,” “Have You Never Been Mellow,” and the title tune.
Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC
Since 1981, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, has aimed to provide a gathering place for gay people and educate the public about their community through the arts. Since then, the award-winning choir—which rings with the voices of nearly 300 members—has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Theatre, and the Obama inaugural celebration, as well as at venues throughout the world. Their upbeat productions also have been the soundtrack at community events for the Whitman-Walker Clinic and PFLAG.
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