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      Concert for the Animals - A Pop Music Songbook in The Plains

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      October 25, 2019

      Friday   7:30 PM

      6507 Main Street
      The Plains, Virginia 20198

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      Concert for the Animals - A Pop Music Songbook

      Presenting Sponsors                                                 Hear Classic Pop Hits From the '60s, '70s, '80s and More! Featuring talented DC Area performers singing Barbra, Whitney, Olivia, Bette, Kenny, Dolly, and many more. Music direction by Martin Gallegos, an award-winning DC-area concert pianist, and teacher. Hosted by Will Thomas TTR Sotheby's International Realty Super Agent and Award-Winning Former Fox 5 DC Anchor and Reporter. Starring: Aaron Talley  Aaron Co-Starred in the First Concert for the Animals. He is an Actor, Singer, and Army Veteran, Winner of the Army's "Stars of Tomorrow" Award, Who Recently Returned From Italy Where He Acted and Directed at the Soldiers' Theatre.  He has worked extensively in local Musical Theater Starring in Big Fish, and She Loves Me among many other credits. Co-Starring: Liza Oliver  Liza attended the prestigious Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California where she received her certificate in the Recording Artist Program. She recorded her first album without the backing off a record deal.  She recorded her music video "Wider than Us" in Nashville then moved back North when she met pianist Martin Gallegos, and the rest is history. Co-Starring Laura Mills  Laura is an accomplished singer, producer, and award-winning actress in Northern Virginia.  She has worked with Prince William Little Theatre, Upper Room Theatre Ministries, Rooftop Productions, Cappies National Theater, and The Virginia Shakespeare Company.  She recently starred as the Dolly Parton character in the musical 9 to 5 at the Hylton Center. Special Guest Star: The Manassas Chorale Ensemble under the leadership of acclaimed artistic director Rebecca Verner and noted accompanist Kristina Schenck. The Chorale's extensive performing credits include both Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall.  Reception with the cast will follow the concert. 

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