Music in the Night Returns for the First Time Since 2019

WASHINGTON D.C., October 5, 2022 The Capital Pride Alliance (CPA) is excited to announce the return of its annual Broadway musical revue, Music in the Night! This evening of song and theatrical performances in a unique dinner theater setting will take place on Monday, October 10th at 8:00 pm, hosted by City Winery. A ticket grants the holder access to the show. Food and specialty drinks will be available from City Winery’s newly unveiled menu for an additional cost. A variety of local talent from across the National Capital Region’s theater community will be joined by special guest, Conrad Ricamora. Other featured artists include Tiffany Lyn Royster, Don Mike Mendoza, Jarrod Bennett, Jim Bowen-Collinson, Miss Kitty, L. Rodgers, Larry Grey, Solomon Parker III, Temídayo Amay, William Hernandez, and Andre Hinds.

“This was one of our most missed events during the Pandemic, so it is very exciting to have it return”, stated Capital Pride Alliance Executive Director, Ryan Bos. “This will be the first time that we have held this event in the Northeast area of the district as we continue with our goal of expanding programing across the nation’s capital”, continued Bos

Music in the Night is generously sponsored by City Winery and supported by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Sam Adam’s Love Conquers Ale, and Truly.

To learn more about Music in the Night, please visit CPA’s website.


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.



The Capital Pride Alliance (CPA), located in Washington, DC, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the LGBTQ+ community all year long, through educational programs, major events, fundraising, outreach and advocacy, providing platforms for visibility, and supporting the work of our many community organizations and local businesses.