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Vaudeville comes to Tahoe

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Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily Tribune / Some of the performers in Vaudeville Show - Tahoe Style are, from left, front, Anne Manoff and Ethel Aubrey. In back are Bob Witting, John Roos, Mary Stephens, Joe Jimenez, Francine Garcia, Phil Steinberg, Bonnie Steinberg, Verne Lee and Denver Driver.
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Anyone who wishes to go to a fun show with singers, dancers, musicians, comedy and magic are urged to get their tickets as soon as possible for the “Vaudeville Show – Tahoe Style,” which will be performed at 2 p.m. Aug. 20 at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

Included in the entertainment are pianist Marge Sand and drummer Steve Sand with a musical medley; “Bye Bye Blackbird” Ð sung by the cast; “Introduction to Vaudeville” by Vern Lee, master of ceremonies; “Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goodbye)” sung by John Roos; a Louis Armstrong routine with trombone, coronet and alto horn by Dan Ballard; “Charlie Chaplin in The Little Tramp” by J.J. Jimenez; an original poem, “Mousey, Mousey” by Anne Manoff; belly dancing to “Ana” by Nikki Niebauer, leader, with Francine Garcia, Amy Joy, Sue Joy and Denise Wagner; “Swanee” sung in Al Jolson style and Jimmy Cagney impersonation by John De Masi; “Somewhere My Love” violin solo by Denver Driver; “You Never Miss the Water Till the Well Runs Dry” original song with guitar by Bob Witting; “Me and My Gal” duet by John Roos and Mary Stephens; “Babes in Toyland” musical skit by Bonnie and Phil Steinberg; “Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets” sung by Francine Garcia; “Vaudeville Medley” original song with guitar by Bob Witting; “Second Hand Rose” sung by Ethel Aubrey; belly dancing to “Chickey” by Nikki, Francine, Amy, Sue and Denise; “”Blue Skies” sung by Mary Stephens; magic show by “J.J. Jimenez; “Daddy” sung by Francine Garcia; “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” sung by cast; “Impossible Dream” sung by John DeMasi; “Bashful” puppet comedy by Bob Witting; “Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue,” sung by John Roos with Charleston dance by Francine Garcia and Mary Stephens; “Ghost Riders in the Sky” dramatic recitation by Vern Lee with Bob Witting; “Tammy” sung by Ethel Aubrey. In addition, jokes will be interspersed throughout the program. Piano accompaniment for many of the entertainers will be provided by professional pianist, Marge Sand.

Since there is limited seating for this show, all are encouraged to get their tickets as soon as possible from the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center on weekdays. Admission is only $5 with the proceeds going to additions and improvements to the senior center, which is used by many community groups. There will also be a raffle with some good prizes, including dinners, auto repair and printing service. For more information on tickets, call the senior center at (530) 542-6094.Since there is limited seating for this show, all are encouraged to get their tickets as soon as possible from the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center on weekdays. Admission is only $5 with the proceeds going to additions and improvements to the senior center, which is used by many community groups. There will also be a raffle with some good prizes, including dinners, auto repair and printing service. For more information on tickets, call the senior center at (530) 542-6094.


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