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Variety show at college tonight

West African drummers will be among the variety of talent that will perform Friday and Saturday in the LooliPALooza show at Lake Tahoe Community College.
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Lake Tahoe Community College Performing Arts League will present its winter quarter production of “LooliPALooza” Friday and Saturday in the LTCC Duke Theater. The variety show is a fundraiser for a scholarship fund benefiting LTCC performing arts students and includes acts featuring the talents of students and instructors.

The show will start at 8 p.m. both days. Admission is $5 general, $4 for seniors over 60 years of age and students between 8 to 18, and $3 for LTCC student body card holders.

The Performing Arts League was established in 1996 with the goal of producing quality student-generated productions while providing additional performance outlets for music, theater and dance. Everyone associated with the show, the performer and crew donate their time and talents. Because of their generosity and the generosity of audience members, the Performing Arts League has awarded $16, 500 to students of Lake Tahoe Community College.



Over the years the reputation of the PAL shows has grown. This winter’s production is rumored to outpace all the others. The scheduled acts include singers, dance productions and solo dancers, musicians, West African drummers and belly dancers.

For more information contact David Hamilton, LTCC theater department PAL advisor, at (530) 541-4660.


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