Randy Rainbow to guest-star with SWC and SMC

Randy Rainbow to guest-star with SWC and SMC

August 14, 2017
Categories: Seattle Men's Chorus, Seattle Women's Chorus

Singer, comedian, and viral video genius Randy Rainbow (yes, that's his real name) will bring his wit and charm to the McCaw Hall stage next April for Not In Our Town, the special unity concert with Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus.

Single tickets for the concert go on sale September 5th. Subscriptions are available now.

Learn more from this equal opportunity parodist in his recent New York Times profile and check out some of his most popular videos.

About Randy Rainbow
His popular series of political spoofs and musical parodies have garnered international acclaim and hundreds of millions of views. Dan Savage called him “the best thing to come from the GOP race” and his musical tribute to the first presidential debate of 2016 received 28 million views in its first two days. He was subsequently asked by the cast of TV’s Will & Grace to parodize a song which they performed during a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton.

Randy has originated and starred in multiple hit web series for BroadwayWorld.com, written for comedian Kathy Griffin, and hosted and performed in numerous theatrical events for the Broadway, cabaret and gay communities, as well as for the Tony Awards and some of New York City's most popular night spots including 54 Below, Birdland Jazz Club and Therapy NYC.

Rainbow can be seen starring opposite Margaret Cho in a new musical ad campaign for Orbitz. He has also been seen on VH1 and Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, and has been heard regularly as both a guest and co-host on Sirius XM Radio.


Not In Our Town
Seattle Men's Chorus & Seattle Women's Chorus
McCaw Hall, April 7 & 8

Standing up and singing out! The combined forces of SWC and SMC's voices share the stage for a special unity concert that confronts the rising tide of intolerance in our country. Featuring a tour-de-force musical theatre piece from the creators of Ragtime about the history of civil rights in America, Not In Our Town is filled with inspiring stories of equality, songs of celebration from Katy Perry and Melissa Etheridge, and a Whitney Houston dance party to bring down McCaw Hall.