Our annual Broadway musical revue Music in the Night has returned! Join us for an evening of song and theatrical performances connecting and fostering local talent in the National Capital Region’s theater community with our special guest Conrad Ricamora!
Don’t miss out!
Tickets grant you access to the show. Food and beverage will be available for an additional cost.
- $40 – Stage Premier
- $35 – Side Premier
- $30 – Orchestra
- $25 – Rear Orchestra
- $20 – High Tops
*This event is open to all ages.
*All proceeds go to support the Capital Pride Alliance.
*No refunds or exchanges.
Performing live at this year’s Music in the Night is Broadway singer/actor, Conrad Ricamora!
More About Conrad Ricamora
Conrad Ricamora is an American stage, TV, film actor, and singer, best known for essaying an HIV positive gay man, ‘Oliver Hampton,’ on the hit ‘ABC’ TV series ‘How to Get Away with Murder.’ Born in California, he spent his childhood at various air force bases, as his father worked for the US Air Force. He earned a BA in psychology from Queen’s University, Charlotte, and an MFA in Acting from University of Tennessee. Though he started his acting career with a movie, for the major part of his career he performed on the stage and received recognition through his appearance on a TV series. Ricamora has received award and nomination for his work in the off-Broadway musical ‘Here Lies Love,’ while his other theater appearances include, ‘The King and I,’ ‘Soft Power,’ ‘Taming of the Shrew,’ among others. His performance as a gay person in the ABC’s legal series ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ brought him appreciation. In real life, too, he is openly gay and was awarded ‘The Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility Award.’ He wishes to record his own album someday.
Tiffany Lyn Royster
More About Tiffany Lyn Royster
Tiffany Lyn Royster (She/They) is a singer, actor, and activist in the Washington D.C. area. Ministering through song and performance art, Tiffany Lyn advocates for human rights and LGBTQ+ rights with Capital Pride Alliance where she is the celebration chair for the organization, international organization, InterPride, where she sits on the Global Advisory Council and United States Association of Prides where she sits as a District Vice President. She has performed in many shows and cabarets at places such as The Kennedy Center, Hamilton Live!, Anacostia Arts Center; more recently Olney Theatre Center in World Premiere Musical “A.D. 16” and has credit as a backup singer for Michael Bublé.
Don Michael “Don Mike” Mendoza
More About Don Mike Mendoza
Don Michael “Don Mike” Mendoza (He/Him) is an independent marketing professional serving as the first Director of Marketing & Media for the Filipino American Symphony Orchestra in Los Angeles, California. Concurrently, he is the Co-Founder and Executive Artistic Director of LA TI DO Productions where he’s collectively produced more than 400 cabarets, concerts, theatrical shows, and events throughout Washington, DC (Arena Stage, Shakespeare Theatre Company, The Kennedy Center), New York City (Dramatists Guild Foundation, Feinstein’s/54 Below, Bowery Poetry Club), Los Angeles, his hometown of Pittsburgh, and beyond, since 2012.
He recently played a supporting role in the independent film The Girl Who Left Home, The Musical Feature (October 2020) alongside Paolo Montalban (Whitney Houston’s Cinderella) where he also served as an Associate Producer. He is also the creator of his blog and host of the podcast of the same name: Producing While Asian and is the co-host of Kabayan New York on The Global Filipino Network.
Don Michael is a graduate of The Winchester Thurston School in Pittsburgh, PA, he holds a B.A. in Musical Theatre & Journalism and an M.A. in Strategic Communication from American University, and is an alumnus of the Commercial Theater Institute in New York City. He currently sits on the American University Alumni Board and serves on the Board of Directors for The Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh.