November 22, 2019 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

Alan Cumming Appeared With the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles This Weekend

If you haven’t had the pleasure of seeing a Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles concert, suffice it to say that it is always an evening to be remembered. Especially when there’s an extra special guest appearing alongside the stalwart men’s chorus, as in the case of this weekend, when Broadway and TV star Alan Cumming took the stage for a special performance called “He Had It Coming.”

Pun most likely intended.

Cumming took the stage of the Alex Theater in Glendale to sing some old favorites, including the classic “Keep It Gay” from The Producers.

Oh, to have been a fly on the wall! Luckily, for those of you who missed it, the GMCLA will have clips of the performance up on YouTube shortly. Keep checking for updates. And if you haven’t entered the wonderful world of Alan Cumming’s Instagram yet, please do so immediately.

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