LIVONIA CIVIC CHORUS

734-542-9071

info@livoniacivicchorus.org

37637 Five Mile Road, Suite 156

Livonia, MI 48154

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A program of 48 musical selections spanning five decades of television.

Act 1 was "Kids Television" and

Act 2 was "Prime Time TV".

A PICTURE IS WORTH A 

THOUSAND WORDS...

We are pleased to have the services of four volunteer photographers at our concerts and many of our other performances. Thank you to

 

KATELYNN LUCAS     DICK GASKILL     KELLY GASKILL     MARK WINDECKER  

ACT 1:
KIDS
TELEVISION 

Mr. Rogers (Jim Kidd)

stopped by while

we were singing

"Won't You Be My Neighbor?"

We had our very own "Johnny Olson" (Bill Joyner) who explained the "Applause" sign!!

And Dianne Schlaepfer was a dancing

"Felix the Cat".

From Schoolhouse Rock we sang "Conjunction Junction" with Scott Treppa (far right) as soloist. Our Conjunctions (from left) were Carol Verkennis, Brenda Cook, Cynthia Windecker, Nicole Meyer, Zach Meyer, and Alex Bogue.

Commercials were included with one Small Group singing the "Oscar Mayer" weiner song. Beth Creekmore even had a "hot dog" costume!!

Dancing to "Bandstand Boogie" were (from left) Michelle Reska, Steve Akey, Maddie Nuorala, Nick Verkennis, David Reich and Kathleen Chichester.

ACT 2:
PRIME TIME TV 

As the Chorus sang "Happy Trails to You", we had a visit from Dale Evans and Roy Rogers (Janet and David Stechholz.)

Another Small Group sang "Have a Pepsi Day".

Kathleen Chichester, Concert Show Coordinator, was hanging on tight to her friend, Kermit!!

Two famous TV Ladies: Jeannie (Michelle Reska) with her bottle from "I Dream of Jeannie" and Lucy (Pat Dierks) as the Men of the Chorus sang "I Love Lucy".

The Livonia Civic Chorus has its own "Golden Girls" (from left, Eleanor Smith, Joyce Hamilton, Melinda Thornton, and Joann Blair). The Women of the Chorus sang "Thank You for Being a Friend."

Another Small Group sang "My Merry Oldsmobile" accompanied by the accordian of Janet Stechholz.

Another Small Group had their very own Wednesday (Libby Gramlich) and Morticia (Maureen Wilkie) Addams as the group sang the "Theme from the Addams Family".

Deb Bonde was Carol Burnett's Charwoman character as the Chorus ended the concert with "I'm So Glad We Had This Time Together" including the famous ear tug from everyone!!