This is Me Everyday
A Musical Review About Personal Identity by Frank Borrelli
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Performances at 6:30p and 8:30p, doors open 30 minutes before performances.
General Admission $25 / Center Members $20 / Students $15
Tickets sold at the door will be $30
Lyric Hall Theater
827 Whalley Ave, New Haven
ABOUT THE SHOW
This is Me Everyday is a concert based performance with standing microphone and piano accompaniment that explores the life and development to date of Frank Borrelli a queer gay male. Navigating society’s norms while singing songs owned by the patriarchy and professing love for the women who saved and defended him throughout his life is his own Odyssey of sorts. Songs from the American songbook, cultural songs, and Broadway standards mark milestones in the life of a person who is learning the world while recognizing the few places for him to exist in it. It is a celebration of survival, an acceptance of personal tragedy and unrequited love with a heap of wit and love for humanity.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The New Haven Pride Center provides educational, cultural and social enrichment for the LGBTQ+ community, its allies, and members, to make a positive contribution to the entire community of Greater New Haven. This Program is a part of the Center’s Center Cabaret performance series, which is one of our Arts, Culture & Humanities programming.
About the Artists
Frank P. Borrelli
Frank P. Borelli (MFA) (he/him) is a professional theater artist, performer, and educator who currently resides in Western Massachusetts. Franks holds an MFA in Theater Performance and Society from Rhode Island College in Providence, RI. Frank chairs the department of theater arts at American International College in Springfield, MA where he has been employed for several years. Frank has worked professionally as an educator, director, actor, designer and manager in Ohio, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. He is excited to debut this new performance work and is grateful for this opportunity.