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|Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus launches new supper club to raise funds for the arts|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Monday, 09 May 2011 22:06|
The way to art lovers' hearts is through their stomachs, or so the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus is hoping as it launches its new supper club Tuesday, May 10.
Gay-owned Radial Cafe will be cooking up the entrees and drink specials for $40 with proceeds benefiting AGMC as well as Actor's Express.
"The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus is launching a fundraiser in the form of a supper club. The proceeds from each dinner will be shared with another nonprofit organization. Our first partnership is with Actor's Express! We're joining forces with Frank Bragg, owner of Radial Café, to create a special night celebrating the arts. Please join us!" states the AGMC website announcing the May 10 dinner.
The meet and greet before dinner begins at 7 p.m. at Radial Cafe located at 1530 DeKalb Ave., Atlanta, GA 30307.
The prix fixe dinner includes a three-course meal, a drink voucher and an entry into a raffle drawing.
What's on the menu? The beef short ribs over potato-parsnip puree and sautéed baby green beans are already sold out. Other choices are:
"Judas Kiss" that explores the loves of gay writer Oscar Wilde is now playing at Actor's Express, which is facing dire financial straits. The theater, now in its 23rd season, must raise $150,000 by the end of July to ensure it remains open.
AGMC, now in its 30th season, holds a concert of its Panache group on Saturday, May 14, at 8 p.m. at Cannon Chapel at Emory University.
Top photo: The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus (file photo)
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