Let's Do It! Did It!
The Saturday, June 21 concert of the Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus, featuring the Portland Gay Men's Chorus, consisted entirely of the sophisticated music of Cole Porter.
These men performed an amazing and difficult program with professionalism and style. while also making it fun for all in attendance. Choreography and costumes for small groups for some of the numbers, and a live, although small, orchestra, added considerably to the overall enjoyment. Scott Weston, aka Cashetta, held the performance together as the narrator, with just the right amount of background history for each song, combined with his own charming wit and style.
Of course, a few of Porter's songs got campy, with "double entendre" overplayed for our audience. After all, when you have songs such as "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" and "You're the Top," why not camp it up? But it was a most enjoyable evening—regardless of ones musical tastes.
I marveled at the amount of work and details required to bring us this performance—a chorus from Portland, Oregon, and a chorus from Philly, numbering about 175 men, coming together for a show of this calibre in Rehoboth Beach. Many, many thanks to everyone involved in making this happen.
Let's Do It! AGAIN.
Co-Chair Rehoboth Area Men's Social (RAMS) Group
Thanks for being here when I needed you.
As a new resident in Rehoboth, I was thrilled to come to the community center and be welcomed by Mickie as soon as I walked in the door. She gave me a great tour of the center and a list outlining the many ways I can get involved.
I look forward to participating in the CAMP Rehoboth Volunteer Orientation.
Thanks for all you do to make us all feel safe and a part of such a great beach town.