FILE - This March 10, 2010 file photo shows composer Andrew Lippa in New York. A new concert piece about slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk by Tony Award-nominee Andrew Lippa will have its world premiere in June in San Francisco. Producers said Monday, April 1, 2013, that “I Am Harvey Milk” _ part choral, part theater _ will be performed June 27-28 as part of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus 35th Anniversary Celebration concert. Lipa, who wrote the music and lyrics for Broadway’s “The Addams Family” and the upcoming “Big Fish,” will play Milk. The 300-member chorus will be joined by Tony-winner Laura Benanti. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)

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FILE - This March 10, 2010 file photo shows composer Andrew Lippa in New York.  A new concert piece about slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk by Tony Award-nominee Andrew Lippa will have its world premiere in June in San Francisco. Producers said Monday, April 1, 2013, that “I Am Harvey Milk” _ part choral, part theater _ will be performed June 27-28 as part of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus 35th Anniversary Celebration concert. Lipa, who wrote the music and lyrics for Broadway’s “The Addams Family” and the upcoming “Big Fish,” will play Milk. The 300-member chorus will be joined by Tony-winner Laura Benanti.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)
FILE - This March 10, 2010 file photo shows composer Andrew Lippa in New York. A new concert piece about slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk by Tony Award-nominee Andrew Lippa will have its world premiere in June in San Francisco. Producers said Monday, April 1, 2013, that “I Am Harvey Milk” _ part choral, part theater _ will be performed June 27-28 as part of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus 35th Anniversary Celebration concert. Lipa, who wrote the music and lyrics for Broadway’s “The Addams Family” and the upcoming “Big Fish,” will play Milk. The 300-member chorus will be joined by Tony-winner Laura Benanti. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)
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