Rubi Girls

The Rubi Girls

This Saturday, November 28 at 8pm, Dayton’s very own Rubi Girls will perform an annual benefit show to raise money that will go to fight HIV/AIDS.

The 'Girls' will take the stage at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds Coliseum to present The Show Must Go On, an annual event now for about 17 years. 

To find out more about the show and about the Rubi Girls themselves, we caught up with founding members, Josh Stucky and Brent Johnson, and Rubi member Jonathan McNeil.

The Dayton Gay Men's Chorus will offer their classic and wildly entertaining vocal performances during the evening on Saturday, at 6:00pm. This year it will include again the incomparable Rubi Girls.

The Rubi Girls began as three guys entertaining their friends and each other with funny songs and sketches in their attic.  Over 25 years later, the Rubi Girls are now for their dynamic, hilarious and highly entertaining performances that mainly benefit HIV/AIDs causes.  Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with two members of the Rubi Girls, Jonathan McNeal and founding member Josh Stucky, about the group's performances and their journey from the attic to the stage.

For years, the Rubi Girls have entertained local audiences, and audiences around the country. In their twenty years together, it's estimated they've helped raise several hundred thousand dollars for HIV/AIDS prevention and research. We spoke with them recently about their history and the fun they have working for a serious cause. Here's part of that interview.