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While Altar Boyz is not a show with gay themes, there is an implied gay character. And Dominion Stage has always been proud to be a gay-friendly organization, both in the material they consider for the stage and welcoming any and all who want to volunteer with us.
“Dominion certainly produces shows with gay appeal. Altar Boyz, for example, stars Patrick Kim, Mickey DaGuiso (who plays ‘sensitive’ Mark), Rob White, Aaron Alexander and Chase Maggiano — ‘five hot guys dancing and singing their hearts out,’ explains Doneghy. The satire follows the boys in the band on their last night of a ‘Raise the Praise Tour.’ They’re good Christian boys — plus one token Jew — so an open shirt here or there is about as risqué as it gets. Teases Doneghy, ‘You get the sizzle but not quite the steak.’”
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Dominion Stage presents Altar Boys.
Book by Kevin Del Aguila
Music and Lyrics by Gary Adler & Michael Patrick Walker
Produced by Richard Isaacs , Directed & Choreographed by Patrick M. Doneghy, Music Direction by Keith Tittermary.
PERFORMANCE DATES: Friday, Oct. 01, Saturday, Oct. 02, Thursday, Oct. 07, Friday, Oct. 08, Saturday, Oct. 09, Sunday, Oct. 10, Thursday, Oct. 14, Friday, Oct. 15 and Saturday, Oct. 16
And Now Get Ready To Make Some Noise For The ALTAR BOYZ…