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Comedy Ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger…voices of comedy!
Have you ever had a childhood hobby that got out of hand? That explains Lynn Trefzger’s start as a ventriloquist and comedienne.
For over 30 years, Lynn has given life to a trunk full of comical characters.
Audiences are treated to Lynn’s vocal illusion talents, when they meet a lovable camel, a cantankerous old man, a feisty little girl, and you may even see some other audience members who are brought up to the stage for the up for the action!
Lynn’s off-the-wall audience interplay is riotously funny, no two shows are alike!
November 3: Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC.
The Potomac Fever ensemble of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, sings to inspire equality and inclusion with musical performances and education promoting justice and dignity for all.
“Fabulously fun” – Broadway World
“Five Stars” – DC Metro Theater Arts
“One of the world’s best… choruses” – The Washington Post
“The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington is a local artistic and cultural icon” – Metro Weekly
February 16 7:30pm
From Staunton, rhythm, blues, and soul that will keep your feet moving. Guitarist and vocalist
Randy Black has opened for Leon Russell and performed with Levon Helm.
Vocalist Rebecca Gogue performs regularly on the nationally-aired music showcase Virginia Dreams Center Stage.
Scott Linton (Drums/Vocals) has played shows with Conway Twitty, Leroy Parnell, Percy Sledge, Exile, John Schneider, Del McCoury, and Rhonda Vincent.
Pat Wertman (Bass/Vocals) has opened for George Jones, Diamond Rio, Clint Black, Anne Murray, Charlie Pride, John Schneider, John Anderson, The Guess Who, Ronnie Milsap, Wynonna Judd and Lonestar.
Larnell Starkey & the Spiritual Seven Gospel Singers have been singing for 49 years, traveling the United States spreading the gospel through song as their ministry. They’ve won numerous awards; 1979 Best Quartet In Virginia, 1995 Waljo Peoples Choice Awards, 2001 National Assoc. Of Gospel Promoters/Radio Personalities, 2002 National Quartet Convention Talent Award, Louisville, Kentucky, 2007 Represented As Virginia’s Best Black Quartet at Smithsonian Institute Roots Of Virginia and many more. God has blessed them to Minister through song touching people regardless of denomination, race, creed or color. They take their ministry serious and live what they sing about.