"I believe in the idea of the rainbow." Judy Garland
"Stonewall" is intended to be performed by Mens' Choruses in celebration of Pride. (The 50th anniversary of the riots will be in June of 2019.) The first "Pride" parade occurred in 1970 in commemoration of the uprising that happened in New York the year before. For those who remember that era, "Stonewall" is a trip down memory lane. For those who don't, it's an opportunity to appreciate why there are Pride Parades today.
"Between Judy and the Moon: Stonewall" is an original work for men's chorus that musically tells the story of the Stonewall riots which occurred in June of 1969 at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, New York City. That uprising is considered to be among the most important events leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States.