October 11, 2012 | by Erin Durkin
Baltimore Briefs: Oct. 12
Jack Everly, BSO, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Super Pops, Washington Blade, gay news

(Photo courtesy of the BSO)

SuperPops go ‘Golden Age’

Jack Everly and the BSO SuperPops presents their show “The Golden Age of Black & White” starting tonight at 8 and running through the weekend at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall (1212 Cathedral St.).

The kickoff show for their 2012-13 SuperPops concert series transports the audience to the 1950s through their guest a-cappella group Chapter 6, music from game shows and TV themes, and a tribute to the beginning of rock n’ roll.

Tickets range from $28-$63. For more information, visit bsomusic.org.

Gay crocodile muddles ‘Panda’ plot      

Iron Crow Theatre presents “Bad Panda,” a play by Megan Gogerty, tonight at 8 at Baltimore Theatre Project (45 W Preston St.).

The play follows Gwo Gwo the panda who is, along with his mate Marion, the last two pandas on earth. However, Gwo Gwo falls in love with a crocodile, who is gay. An observation of unconventional families, these pandas behave badly making the play appropriate for adults.

Tickets range from $10-$15. Since tonight is the premiere, the theater is offering a “pay-what-you-can” special. For more information, visit ironcrowtheatre.com.

Charles Village gay tour set for Sunday morning

LGBT leaders provide tours through Charles Village as part of “Creating the Movement: Baltimore’s LGBT History in Charles Village” Sunday morning at 10.

Leaders Louis Hughes, Richard Oloizia, Shirley Parry and Gary Sachau lead tours about the development of the LGBT community from the 1960s-‘80s.

Space is limited. To reserve a spot and for more information, visit baltimoreheritage.ort/tour. A meeting place and confirmation will be sent to participants by e-mail.

Charm City Gay Social tonight

The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore (241 W. Chase St.) hosts the Charm City Gay Social tonight at 8:30 pm.

The social is a social and discussion group aimed at understanding gay culture, personal identity and civil rights for gay, bi, trans, queer, questioning and intersex men 18 years and older.

They meet every Friday in Room 201. For more information, email charmcitygaysocial@gmail.com or visit charmcitygaysocial.org.

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