It’s not just Rice Krispies that snap, crackle and pop. The Connecticut Gay Men’s Chorus has the same grooves, sparkle and sizzle and its upcoming spring concert is no exception. The Theater of the CoOp located in the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School at 177 College Street in New Haven will be the exuberant site of its latest and greatest, a tribute to the iconic and favorite boy bands of recent momentum and memory.On Saturday, April 28 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 29 at 4 p.m., this delightful guy group will salute “Oh Boy!: The Best of the Boy Bands.” Whether you swoon over The Five Satins or The Jackson Five, Boys ii Men or The Back Street Boys, NSYNC or One Direction, The Jonas Brothers or The Beatles, the CGMC’s dance card is sure to be filled with some if not all of your greatest hits.According to Artistic Director Greg McMahan, “Our boy band theme has allowed us to explore an incredible variety of musical genres - a gorgeous, heartbreaking ballad one minute followed by an infectious pop song that you grew up with that you can’t get out of your head! I know our audiences will gasp with delight to hear their favorites being recreated live on stage by our performers. I mean, what other chance do you get to hear a Monkees favorite on the same bill with one of Ricky Martin’s megabits? There’s definitely something for everyone!”For tickets ($25-30), call the CGMC at 203-777-2923 or online at www.ctgmc.org.Imagine a three or five member boy band magically expand in volume to a chorus of 30 members strong as these guys croon their hearts and souls out to bring you pleasure. With the moves and the music and the male mojo, this creative reunion of the best of the best is sure to be “one sweet day” with “no strings attached” that will go “step by step” to guarantee “they’ll make it beautiful."