Outtakes

Me and 300+ of my closest gay guys

I was invited to go behind the scenes during rehearsals at Beach Blanket Babylon and the SF Gay Men’s Chorus to get a peek at what we can expect when the show ‘Snow White & her Merry Men’ hits Davies Symphony Hall.

Behind the Scenes

What happens when Beach Blanket Babylon, that crazy, over-the-top entertaining show and San Francisco institution (it’s the world’s longest running musical revue), meets up with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus?

For one thing, don’t come looking for introverts.

Also, it would be fair to say there will be singing, dancing, and, I suspect (as evidenced by this outtake), plenty of hiney shaking.

We will witness the extravagant mash-up in person when BBB and SFGMC joint forces for a concert experience that… that… well… that I’m sure you’ll have to see to believe. It’s called Snow White & Her Merry Men and I was invited to go behind the scenes yesterday during rehearsals to get a peek at what we can expect when the show hits Davies Symphony Hall later this month.

This is the raw, unprocessed Stark Insider TV outtakes. As you can see, artistic director Tim Seelig does all he can to reel me in, and get my somewhat random dancing under control. Stay tuned for the full segment, interviews, coming soon.

WATCH: Beach Blanket Babylon and San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Rehearsals (outtakes)

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Loni Stark
Loni Stark is a self-professed foodie, adventure travel seeker and passionate about technology’s impact on business and creativity. She's also the host of Stark Insider TV. It’s been said her laugh can be heard from San Jose all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge. She makes no claims to super powers, although sushi is definitely her Kryptonite. As director, product and industry marketing at Adobe, Loni oversees global product positioning, and go-to-market strategy and operations for Adobe’s web experience management business. Loni's story...
  • http://twitter.com/cnsublett Charles Sublett

    Oh, good grief! Can journalists please learn how to spell? It’s take a “peek”, not “peak”. The word you used refers to the top of a mountain, not a quick look. But don’t feel bad. The UK’s Daily Mail wrote about the bells of St. Peter’s “peeling” when the pope was elected. Bells “peal”, bananas “peel”.