Tahoe Variety Show takes the stage Aug. 14
Tickets are on sale now for the Tahoe Variety Show at 1 p.m. Aug. 14 at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
Admission is $5 for children and seniors age 50 and up, and $10 for adults age 18-49. Doors open at noon.
Entertainment will include “Indian Love Call” by Francine Garcia with comedy by Phil Steinberg; “Mr. Sandman” with guitarist Tony and singers John Roos, Mary Stephens and Ethel Aubrey; “Chariot Ride,” original poem by Vern Lee; “Rooster Song,” original song by Bob Witting; “Beyond the Sea” by Tony; “La Bamba” by America Alatorre; “Rose” by Ethel Aubrey; “Side by Side” by Bill Orton, singing with Francine Garcia; “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head”, by John Roos, accompanied by Bill Orton; “Devil Woman” by Bob Witting, danced by Arline June Gordon; “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” comedy by Francine Garcia and Vern Lee; “Happy Together” by Tony and singers John, Mary and Ethel; “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat,” by Dick Van Buskirk; “Puff the Magic Dragon” by Bill Orton; “Embraceable You” and “The Way You Look Tonight” by Garner Clayton, danced by John, Ethel, Mary, Allen Pierce, Francine, Bill, Vern and Arline; “Come On, Let’s Go” by America; “I Got You Babe” by R.S. & Kathy Lynn; “Miserlu” Greek dance, led by John Roos with dancers Francine, Mary, Ethel and Arline; “Syrto” Greek dance with John and Francine; “I’m Tired” by Susie Kerrihan; “The Animal Activist,” poem by Vern Lee; “Sentimental Journey” by Ethel; “Someone to Watch Over Me” and “At Last” by Mary and Allan; “It’s Almost Like Falling in Love,” by Dick Van Buskirk; “Bill Bailey, Won’t you Please Come Home?” by Francine and D.J. Mark.
Makeup is by Leticia Hansen of Mary Kay.
There will be a 15-minute intermission half way through the numbers.
Co-directors and co-producers are Francine Garcia & Arline June Gordon. For more information, call Gordon at (530) 545-1277.
Tickets can be purchased at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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