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The Capital City Men's Chorus will present an uplifting new musical, Unbreakable, which tells the stories and struggles of more than a century of American LGBTQ history.

Written by renowned composer Andrew Lippa, the epic choral work presents a historical arc to the stories of LGBTQ people over the last 12 decades, illuminated by four characters: Jane Addams, the first woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 and an open lesbian activist; Lem Billings, JFK's best friend, a closeted gay man seated at the side of the most powerful man on Earth; Sylvia Rivera and the transgender community she nurtured; and AIDS and its impact on a generation.

The Capital City Men's Chorus will present an uplifting new musical, Unbreakable, which tells the stories and struggles of more than a century of American LGBTQ history.

Written by renowned composer Andrew Lippa, the epic choral work presents a historical arc to the stories of LGBTQ people over the last 12 decades, illuminated by four characters: Jane Addams, the first woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 and an open lesbian activist; Lem Billings, JFK's best friend, a closeted gay man seated at the side of the most powerful man on Earth; Sylvia Rivera and the transgender community she nurtured; and AIDS and its impact on a generation.

The Capital City Men's Chorus will present an uplifting new musical, Unbreakable, which tells the stories and struggles of more than a century of American LGBTQ history.

Written by renowned composer Andrew Lippa, the epic choral work presents a historical arc to the stories of LGBTQ people over the last 12 decades, illuminated by four characters: Jane Addams, the first woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 and an open lesbian activist; Lem Billings, JFK's best friend, a closeted gay man seated at the side of the most powerful man on Earth; Sylvia Rivera and the transgender community she nurtured; and AIDS and its impact on a generation.

WHEN

WHERE

Bates Recital Hall
2406 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712
http://ccmcaustin.org/

TICKET INFO

$30
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