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Taylor Mac @ Celebrate Brooklyn! (Prospect Park Bandshell) on August 1 [FREE]
(Published: July 13, 2015)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 7:30 P.M., TAYLOR MAC: the 20th century abridged

"Fabulousness can come in many forms, and Taylor Mac seems intent on assuming each and every one of them," hails The New York Times. The inimitable Mac, who Time Out New York calls, "one of the most exciting theater artists of our time," presents this supercharged slice of his 24 Decade History of Popular Music, a politically-charged, enormous-of-spirit and outrageously entertaining romp through 100 years of culture as seen through songs that range from Tin Pan Alley to the birth of rock ‘n' roll to disco and beyond. Special guests include the Brooklyn United Marching Band, a gaggle of burlesque dancers, and maybe a few surprises. A Taylor Mac show is like nothing you've ever witnessed: "Startlingly unique...a must see for anyone who wants to see a kinder, gentler society" (Huffington Post).

More Information: http://bricartsmedia.org/events/taylor-mac-the-20th-century-abridged

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