Appearances Pending (a new Millennium)
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March 17 through April 1, 2000:
Mark Islam will be playing Thomas, in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania production of Terence McNally's new play, "Corpus Christi." The controversial play is described as a "startling gay interpretation of the Greatest Story Ever Told." The Daylight Zone Theater Company will perform the play at THEATER DOUBLE, 1619 Walnut Street, Philadelphia (Center City), Pennsylvania. Call (215)336-1482 for reservations. Directed by Gary Day.
Thursday, December 23, 1999:
The RADIO CAFE (1313 Woodland St., East Nashville) Show started at 8:00pm. No cover, no minimum. The evening featured original Western ballads from Juni Fisher; as well as an appearance by Bruce Michael Miller, who has toured with both Kenny Loggins & Paul McCartney. Also present was Bill Cooley (who plays guitar for Kathy Mattea) presenting music from his CD of instrumental music, and the duo Ty Hager & JD. What an evening!
Friday, December 17, 1999:
"Davis Kidd Songwriters' Night" at Davis Kidd Bookstore. Showtime 7:30pm. No cover.
Mark appeared in the Nashville Act I Theatre Company production of "Hair!" And it was a SMASH hit.
Monday, November 8:
Mark was at Wolfy's on Lower Broad Street in downtown Nashville. Showtime 8:00pm. No cover.
Saturday, May 22:
Mark Islam performed on the Showcase Stage at Long Beach Pride in Long Beach, CA. (Also appearing that evening was Mark Weigle.)
Sunday, May 23:
Mark Islam appeared as "Partners in Rhyme;" with Noah Stone, Robin Pearl, & Rick Cunha; at Genghis Cohen Cantina. "Entertainment Today" has called this Songwriters-in-the-round Series "90 minutes of intimate soul-baring." All proceeds from the $5 cover charge were used to benefit Children of the Night. Read the review.
Sunday, July 25:
Another "Partners In Rhyme," at Genghis Cohen Cantina. This time out, Mark showcased a Nashville-style songwriters' circle; featuring Mark Islam, Meghann Ahern, Mark Weigle, and Special Guest Debra Davis! Cover charge was $5 and all proceeds went to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
in Rhyme, July 25th