PHOTOS: Sneak Peek at Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus’s “When I Knew”

Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus’s March production, “When I Knew,” runs tonight through tomorrow at the Prince Music Theater. The thoughtful show incorporates stories, as told by chorus members, the audience and area youth, about the moment they realized they were gay. Songs will range from contemporary pop to Broadway to an Al Shorter-penned tune, “Oliver is a Sissy,” inspired by Tommie dePaola’s children’s novel of the same name.

Below, check out some photos from last night’s dress rehearsal taken by Tara Lessard of Freedom G Photography. Looks like quite the production, huh?






"When I Knew" runs Friday, March 14th at 8 p.m., and Saturday, March 15th at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Heads up: If you buy five or more non-VIP tickets, you can enter the promo code "WhenFive" to discount the tickets to $20 each. There will be a limited number of first-come-first-serve seats available for 50 percent off for the Friday Night and Saturday matinee shows. To snag that deal, use the promo code "WhenHalf."

More information and ticket links here.

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