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WOW Spring 2010 Production

On April 9th, 10th and 11th at the Olympia High School Performing Arts Center, Co-Producers Jeanie Taylor and Georgia Williams, together with Co-Directors Joanie Roper and Robert Williams, presented "Anything Goes", a musical review.  The show featured special guests, the Olympia Sweet Adelines, Joe Baque, and Elvis, slong with the Wrinkles of Washington singers, dancers and musicians.

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

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High Fidelity (Robert Williams, Patty Hale, Joanie Rober, Jeanie Taylor and Art Selhorn) opened the show with a lively version of "Anything Goes."

Dressed in Western costumes, The Prime Time Tappers danced to "Chattahoochee."

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Gayle Andre accompanied herself on the keyboard as she sang "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy."  Dale Seeley played "On the Road Again" on the mandolin.

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Jose "Joe" Rosado sang the beautiful ballad "Home to You" to the photo of his beloved wife RoseLaurel Busse-Johnston tap danced to "Dancin’ Fool".

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Gayle Andre returned to the stage to sing and play "Piano Roll Blues."  Jeanie Taylor and Georgia Williams captivated the audience with their delightful number "We’re a Couple of Swells".

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Barbara Yunker sang "Fly Me to the Moon"Rhythm Six (Sharon Ruhl, Pam Casady, Laurel Busse-Johnston, Sherry Christianson, Jeanne Vosburgh and Mary Cullen) tap danced to "I Got Rhythm".

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Hal Sawyer sang "It Had Better Be Tonight". Karolyn Langford Walden danced a hula to "Blue Hawaii".

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Pat Overstreet reprised her role as Charlie ChaplinAlan Bentson played the keyboard and sang "Just the Way You Are".

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Art Selhorn, always an audience favorite, sang "Blue Angel"Steppin’ Out (Pam Casady, Sherry Christianson, and Mary Cullen) tap danced to "Good Mornin’".

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Joanie Roper sang "Crazy", the most popular country song.  Jeanie Taylor and Family (Tony Lirette, Jeanie Taylor, Dale Colvin and Bill Dergan) performed "We Are Family;".

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Robert Williams sang "And I Love You So"The Prime Time Tappers closed the first act with "Anything Goes;".

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INTERMISSION

The Sweet Adelines opened the second act with the songs they are taking to competition. 

Tony Lirette, Dale Colvin and Jose (Joe) Rosado got some laughs from the audience with their comedy routine “And That's When the Fight Started”Dale Seeley played the beautiful "Stardust" on his violin.

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The Prime Time Tappers danced to "Hernando’s Hideaway;".

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Elvis (Chuck Gourley) sang "I Can’t Stop Loving You"Joe Baque played the piano while Lori Leavitt sang "Almost Like Being in Love".

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Joe Baque played the piano while Ron Bates sang "Wonderful World"Sharon Ruhl clogged to "Bad", dressed as Michael Jackson.

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Joe Baque played the keyboard while Robert Williams played the saxophone and Jeanie Taylor sang "It Ain’t Whatcha Do".  Then Joe played a medley of well known Fred Astaire dance music called "Top Hat and Tails"Joanie Roper sang "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life" while Robert Williams played his saxophone in accompaniment.

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Sherry Christianson tap danced a delightful dance to "More"Robert Williams played the rousing "Strike Up the Band" on his saxophone.

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The Prime Time Tappers closed the show with "Happy Feet."

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Many thanks to Jeanie Taylor, (Co-Producer), Joanie Roper, (Co-Director), Robert Williams, (Co-Director) and Georgia Williams, (Co-Producer) for all their hard work.

The cast of "Anything Goes" thanks our enthusiastic audiences for attending our Spring Show  We want to thank the Olympia High School technical team, and Wrinkles of Washington volunteers for their outstanding work "behind the scenes!"

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