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WOW Spring 2006 Production

Co-Directors Chuck Gourley, Georgia Williams and Robert Williams once again planned a high-energy "song and dance revue" featuring the Wrinkles of Washington singers, dancers and musicians.  There was no theme adopted for this production, because they didn't want to limit the kinds of musical pieces the talented performers might develop.  The show was presented April 22nd and 23rd at the wonderful Olympia High School Performing Arts Center, 1302 North Street, Olympia, WA.

Click on the photos for enlargement and additional text.  Photography by Wrinkles of Washington photographer, John Vosburgh, with assistance from Jodie Sturdevant.  We have replaced some of the photos with videos of the performances.  Click on the photos with the red borders to view the videos.


Emcee, Bill Dergan, announces the Prime Time Tappers, as they open with "Baby Likes to Rock It!"

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Gayle Andre sings"One Day at a Time", and Karolyn Walden does a jazz tap to "It Don't Mean a Thing."

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Bill Johnson sings that old classic, "Summer Wind", followed by Sharon Collins and Bobbie Andreas with "Sisters."

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Laura Andersen and Mary Cullen show us some "belly dance" with "Zemeritek", and then Don Ellis lifts the audience with "Ancient of Days."

Gayle Andre and her combo do "Rock and Roll Waltz", and Joanie Roper delivers a sultry version of "Cry Me a River", with the help of Robert Williams on saxophone.

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Joan Forst and Bill Dergan are together again in "They Can’t Take That Away From Me", and then the trio tap number by Steppin’ Out, to the song "Why’d You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That?"

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It is "hoe down" time, as Dale Seeley plays "Ragtime Annie!"  L’Vai Kildow shows her championship whistling style as she does "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice."

Chuck Gourley plays the "Elvis" part as he sings "I Can't Stop Loving You", and then Robert Williams does that country classic "Lovesick Blues."

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The Prime Time Tappers close Act 1 with "One."

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Act 2 opens with "If Swing Goes, I Go Too" by the Prime Time Tappers.  As the curtain closes for stage set up, Bobbie Andreas sings "Wind Beneath My Wings" in front of the curtain.

Gayle Andre has her combo revved up again as they play and sing "Swanee!"

Karolyn Walden, assisted by Ron Lemmen, does a Polynesian dance set with "Lovely Hula Hands", followed by "Hawaiian War Chant."

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Back to the "country" theme, Bill Johnson sings "Oh, Lonesome Me", and Sharon Collins asks the question, "Could I Have This Dance?"

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Jeanne Vosburgh leads the combo in "If I Had a Hammer", and Don Ellis spins that newer country tune, "Long Black Train."

Joan Forst sings "It’s a Lovely Day Today", and then Sherry Christianson does a lively tap dance to "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet!"

Dale Seeley and Al McClymond got the toes tapping with "Bye, Bye Blues."  In front of the curtain, Don Hancock delivers that touching new song, "Arlington."

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Chuck Gourley leads the group in "Sentimental Journey" and "Rockin’ Robin."

Joanie Roper nailed the audience with "If My Friends Could See Me Now", and Robert Williams kept the energy going with his saxophone solo, "Yakety Sax, Plus."

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The Prime Time Tappers are back to close Act 2 with a fast-paced number, "Sing, Sing, Sing."

The Finale . . . The Cast . . .

The cast of Wrinkles of Washington thanks our enthusiastic audiences for attending "It's Showtime!"  Also, we give our heartfelt thanks to the Olympia High School technical team, and Wrinkles of Washington volunteers for their outstanding work "behind the scenes!"

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