Sing for the Cure, Sing for Life, Sing for Breasts
cares about breasts, and not just the enormous bazangas in our ads (not to discount said bazangas, which, of course, pay all our salaries). The paper is sponsoringSing for the Cure
, featuring the Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston and the Bayou City Women’s Chorus singing songs based on the diary entries of breast-cancer survivors, set to music by ten different composers. The event features Deborah Duncan of KHOU as emcee and co-narrator and the fabu Annalee Jefferies of the Alley Theatre as narrator. Tickets aren’t cheap – they range from $30 to $100 – but then, the cause is a good one. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 23, at Jones Hall. –Cathy Matusow
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