SEASON NINE: 2016 – 2017
Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 @ 7.30PM (ACT ONE)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 @ 12PM (A 24-HOUR MARATHON OF ALL EIGHT ACTS)
ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE | BROOKLYN
2017 Pulitzer Prize Finalist and Winner of the 2017 Kennedy Prize for Drama
CHORAL CHAMELEON AS GUEST ARTISTS: Members from both of our groups played a small part in this fabulous show as a 14-voice 'Temperance Choir' in Act 1
ACT I: 1776-1806
Founding Father Drag, Women’s Lib, and Crazy Jane
The American Revolution from the perspective of the Yankee Doodle Dandy and an epic battle between drinking songs and early Temperance songs.
Click here to read some of the stellar reviews and descriptions of the show.
"He peppers the third hour with drinking songs of the period, interrupted by a disapproving choir singing about the benefits of temperance. The first concert concludes with a hauntingly lovely rendition of the folk balled 'Oh Shenandoah', sung by Mac with the backing of the choir" – THE WASHINGTON POST