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Lights! Camera! Action! Celebrating Women's Music from the Movies

Lights! Camera! Action! Celebrating Women's Music from Movies - From Adele in Skyfall to Barbara Streisand in Evergreen, women have made some of the most memorable music in film music history. Come join the Denver Women's Chorus as they sing songs composed, produced or sung by women. A cash wine/beer bar will also be available at all performances. So, sit back, grab your popcorn and be-dazzled by DWC! (Note that tickets will be $5 more at the door!)

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The Denver Women’s Chorus wants to take you on a trip down the RED CARPET with the Women of Tinseltown! The concert will take place January 19th, 2018 at 7:30 PM and January 20th, 2018 at 2:00PM and 7:30PM, at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, CO.

Mark Zwilling, Artistic Director of the Denver Women’s Chorus, is proud to debut LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!, a concert filled with glitz & glam, heartwarming moments, excitement, and fun for the whole family! Come celebrate the Women of Hollywood: from classic recognizable figures such as Judy Garland to the unmistakable cadence of Adele, and the uplifting sounds of many strong female leads portrayed on the Silver Screen. Drop into the energetic streets of India, sip a martini opposite James Bond, shuffle across the dance floor with Monsters and Holy Sisters, swing into a Southern Speakeasy from The Color Purple, and stand in solidarity with the women of The Hunting Ground and An Inconvenient Truth. What will our presenters be wearing? Who will take home a coveted OSCARINA?! Join the Denver Women’s Chorus for a night of twinkling marquees and popcorn galore!

Central Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of Grant and 17th St. in downtown Denver, CO, 80202.

For more details and tickets to the performance, visit or call the chorus office at (303) 325-3939.

About RMAA
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Arts Association (RMAA) is to build community through music. RMAA includes the Denver Women’s Chorus, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus, and the Mosaic Youth Program. Founded in 1982, RMAA is the premier LGBTQA arts institution serving the entire Front Range, having performed over 400 concerts in the US and Canada reaching over one million people. For more information about RMAA and the musical programs it supports, visit