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WOW Spring 2007 Production

Co-Producers Jeanie Taylor and Georgia Williams, together with co-directors Joanie Roper and Robert Williams, put together an exciting "song and dance revue" featuring the Wrinkles of Washington singers, dancers and musicians.  The title of the show, "Fascinating Rhythm", set the theme for all things musical.  The show was presented April 14th and 15th at the wonderful Olympia Higf School Performing Arts Center, 1302 North Street, Olympia, WA.

Click on the photos for enlargement.  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.

To view photos taken backstage during rehearsals and at the time of the performances, please click here.

Co-hostess, Joanie Roper, welcomes the audience.  The quartet, Unforgettable, sings a lively version of "Fascinating Rhythm" in tight harmony.

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The Prime Time Tappers dance to a latin rhythm in the high energy "Mambo8."

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Bill Johnson sings "Your Cheatin’ Heart", while couples take advantage of the music to dance.  Al McClymond plays a rousing "Beer Barrel Polka."  Geri Campbell does a comedy spot before introducing Bobbie Andreas & Don Ellis, who entertain with their version of "Jackson."

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Co-hostosses, Joanie Roper, and Jeanie Taylor, introduce Diana Gundersen, a new and welcome addition to Wrinkles of Washington  Diana sings a beautiful version of "If I Loved You."

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Michele Penberthy, and Tom Thompson, delight the audience with a comedy routine.  The Steppin’ Out Trio, (Mary Cullen, Sherry Christianson, and Pam Casady), entertain with a tap dance to "Steppin’ Out."

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Lyle Russell sings a truly lovely version of "On A Clear Day."  Joanie Roper, informs the audience that Lyle Russell has been with Wrinkles of Washington since the beginning and is the oldest member, at 89 years of age.

Don & Sally Hancock give the audience a taste of comedy while the stage is being set for Gayle Andre and the Wrinkles of Washington Band to sing and play "Music, Music, Music."

The Wrinkles of Washington Band plays while Gayle sings and Tom Thompson and Dancers dance to "Waiting For The Robert E. Lee."

Co-hostesses Joanie Roper and Jeanie Taylor introduce "Summertime", beautifully sung by Marylin Ball-Brown.

Vaude deVille Wrinkles of Washington's the audience with "Razzle Dazzle."  Jeanie Taylor sings "A Tisket A Tasket", Al McClymond and Dale Seeley play "Goofus", and Art Selhorn sings "Only The Lonely."  Karolyn Langford Walden dances a hula to "I’ll Weave A Lei Of Stars."

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Joanie Roper sings and dances to "Anything Goes", and Robert Williams sang and played the saxophone to "That’s All."

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The Prime Time Tappers close the first act with an elegant "Come Dance With Me."

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INTERMISSION

The Prime Time Tappers open the second act with "Mack The Knife"

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Don Ellis entertains the audience by singing "Me And God" and then Bill Johnson sings a rousing "Consider Yourself."

The Last Time Tappers dance a high energy "Rock Around The Clock."

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George & Diana Gundersen sing the romantic "A Love Until the End of Time."  Laura Andersen and Mary Cullen belly dance to "Tambourine."

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Michele Penberthy sings "You Made Me Love You" and Karolyn Langford Walden dances a lively "Riviera Rage"

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Bobbie Andreas delights the audience with her version of "Cabaret."  Geri Campbell, Tom Thompson, and Don Hancock provide laughs with their comedy routine.

Gayle Andre sings "Tennessee Waltz", while the Wrinkles of Washington Band play and couples waltz.  Art Selhorn sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes", Sherry Christianson dances to "Walkin’ Blules", and Marylin Ball-Brown sings "Italian Street Song."

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Lyle Russell is hilarious as he reads an "Oakie Mother’s Letter to Her Son."  Jeanie Taylor sings "Where The Stars & Stripes & Eagle Fly."

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Robert Williams plays the saxophone while Joanie Roper sings "What Are You Doing the Rest Of Your Life."  To see them perform this number, please click on their photo.  No Wrinkles of Washington production would be complete without a saxophone solo by Robert Williams.  He plays "When The Saints Go Marching In."

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The Prime Time Tappers close the show with "Fascinating Rhythm."

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The cast of Wrinkles of Washington thanks our enthusiastic audiences for attending "Fascinating Rhythm."  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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