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Photo Coverage: Queer Songbook's Glen Roven Concert

On Thursday, May 25th at 7PM, Queer Songbook presented an evening of songs by Glen Roven at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (208 W. 13th St. in Greenwich Village).

Queer Songbook welcomed Roven, as well as Broadway stars Donna McKechnie (Tony Award-winner for A Chorus Line), Sandy Duncan (Peter Pan, TV's "The Hogan Family"), Douglas Sills (The Scarlet Pimpernel, Little Shop of Horrors), Kaitlin Hopkins (Noises Off, Bat Boy), Sal Viviano (Falsettos), Noah Galvin and acclaimed classical violinist Ittai Shapira and the "I Hate Music" choir of young Broadway performers.

Roven is a four-time Emmy Award winner who has two musicals for Broadway scheduled for production in the fall--Dr. Seuss's The 5000 Fingers Of Dr. T., and Pandora's Box. His new violin concerto, based on the children's classic, The Runaway Bunny, and performed by the Royal Philharmonic, Ittai Shapira and Brooke Shields was recently released by SONY/BMG. He has composed songs for Broadway and off-Broadway productions and has written, conducted and/or produced for such luminaries as Placido Domingo, Kathleen Battle, Julie Andrews, Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones, Kermit the Frog, Patti LaBelle, Liza Minnelli, and Frank Sinatra, to name a few.

Visit www.gaycenter.org for tickets and more information.

Sandy Duncan and Douglas Sills

Sal Viviano and Donna McKechnie

Sandy Duncan, Kevin Chamberlin and Douglas Sills

Douglas Sills, Ittai Shapira, Donna McKechnie and Daniel Whitman (Event Producer)

Ittai Shapira, Teri Ralston, Donna McKechnie and Douglas Sills

Douglas Sills, Kaitlin Hopkins and Sal Viviano

Donna McKechnie and Kaitlin Hopkins

Glen Roven, Jerome Kass and Donna McKechnie

Robert Bartley and Daniel Whitman

Kevin Chamberlin and Sal Viviano

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