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Updated: 07/11/2018 10:28:14AM

Gurl leads night of patriotic music

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Rebecca Holahan, director of the 2018 Loveland Follies, welcomes children from the summer camp who gave the “Unplug” dress rehearsal a much needed audience.

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The cast of the Loveland Follies 2018 show, “Unplug,” celebrated the spectacular results of their 8-month rehearsal with a terrific sold out every night show.

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Patrick Burke performed a terrific solo on the recorder in “Unplug.” Patrick represented some of the excellent concerts available to folks once they unplug.

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Tula Watt knows every occasion is an occasion to celebrate.

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The cast gathered around a replica of the Gazebo in Centennial Park in Venice to showcase some fun things to do once unplugged from technology.

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Timmy Henley led the cast in performing “Blow Gabrielle Blow” in the Loveland Follies summer show “Unplug.”

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Larry and Vee Chiulli, wearing red, white and blue, know their good friend Brian Gurl always produces a fabulous show.

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(From left) Brian Gurl, Natalie Wendel and Katherine Alexandra gave the audience at Venice Presbyterian a heartwarming celebration of the USA.

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Joan High, taking a break from planning tea parties to benefit the Venice Historical Society, enjoyed celebrating America at Venice Presbyterian.

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Joey Gurl enjoyed chatting with friends in the audience during intermission of the Brian Gurl Celebrate America show.

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Teri and Ray Smith celebrated America at the Brian Gurl show with about 500 others on hand to cheer for the USA in spirit and song.

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Celebrations come in all colors and recently, Brian Gurl showed the best ones are red, white and blue. More than 500 in the audience took the lead from Brian and joined in an evening of patriotism.

They couldn’t resist singing, “This is My Country.” Katherine Alexandra, an immigrant from Russia, adlibbed singing “Land of my Choice.” Many in the audience sat teary-eyed after she told her story of dreaming of the USA, then becoming a U.S. citizen.

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