The Nassau Mid-Island Chapter's
 61st Annual Show

- May 14-15, 2011-

The pictures below reflect the considerable talent of  photographer Sharon Schwarz who was on

 hand at our Show to capture the excitement of the event.  We thank you for your efforts, Sharon.








Backstage rehearsing.


Muted (but just for a moment).


8:07 pm (Time for some quick announcements from Bill Ruth).



...and then from our script master of ceremonies, Nancy Massaro.


Ok, then -- here's our chorus "sound" as we

"Remember When."











...and a few closeups.




Some well-executed Charleston dance steps from Maegan and Brendan Butler.



Long Island Express (from left) Bill Ruth, Gene Kammerer, John Laughlin and Bob Roth.



 Quatrain (from left) Bob Kelly, Steve Marrin, Al Fennell and Paul Santino.


Our always-well-received three tenors (from left) Tom Barone, Harry Ruvolo and Dave D'Antoio.


No Treble At All (from left) Tom Barone, Bill Vesely, Ken Wunsch and Wayne Lazar.


 All In A Chord (from left) Bill Ruth, Steve Brausa, Bernie Genzer and Peter Kenny.



A first act favorite -- Joel Fairman on his ukelele to gently sing "Whispering."


After intermission -- a 50/50 raffle. The winner was???



And brief remarks from our Nassau Mid-Island President, Hal Verity.


In the second act, tux jackets were the style.



And our audience heard from BBQ (from left Kevin Montevergen, Shawn Geller and Gerald Tabaosares) singing with 93 year old Chiz Bell Iin the absence of Andrew Jorquera. 



AfterGlowWorms (from left) Hal Verity, Bob Maraglia, Steve Stojowski and Maurice Debar. 



 And thee special icing on the cake: the appearance of  a superb "Aces Full" features guest quartet from Virginia (from left) Ed Cazanas, Nick Aiuto, Steve White and Richard Lewellen.



We thank those of you that were in attendance.

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And we invite you attend our shows in the future (including our 62nd in 2012).  


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