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||Girls Girls Girls: A Coming Out Cabaret at Gay Games Oct. 9
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Chicago singer, actor and writer Lisa Rock will do her humorous and poignant one woman cabaret show Girls Girls Girls: A Coming Out Cabaret to benefit Gay Games VII Sunday, Oct. 9, at Metropolis Performing Arts Center at 111 W. Campbell St. in Arlington Heights. Lisa, a Nightspots columnist, has been seen performing throughout the Chicago area at such theaters as Light Opera Works, Bailiwick, Metropolis, Centerlight, and American Theatre Co. Lisa is also a Board Member of the Gay Games.
Jim Derogatis of the Chicago Sun Times listed Lisa Rock, former Minneapolis singer and playwright, on the Minneapolis/St. Paul 'A-List' for her must see cabaret following her performance of Karen Carpenter in her hit musical titled Karen Was A Carpenter.
Special guest featured dancers will be Chicago actor/dancers Caryn Ott, Shawn Bechtol, Kristen Gurbach, and Julie Petry. They will be accompanied on piano by Bryan Shilander.
'Metropolis is thrilled to act as host for this exciting benefit for the Gay Games. We are happy to assist in an event that will bring the Gay Games to Chicago next summer—an event of international appeal,' said producer and executive director, Tim Rater, of Metropolis Performing Arts Center.
The night of music, stories, and dance is Sunday, Oct. 9. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Metropolis Performing Arts Center is located at 111 W. Campbell St. in Arlington Heights. Parking is free in the parking structure adjacent to the center. Tickets are $25 and can be reserved at the Gay Games office by calling ( 773 ) 907-2006. Tickets also be available at the door.
See www.gaygameschicago.org .
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