Live at the Palace (2005)


Presented January 15 & 16, 2005
The Palace Theatre, Vinton
Director: Lu Karr

This production is sponsored by
Cedar Valley Bank and Trust.
Thank you to this new Vinton bank for their support and for being a part of ACT I’s twenty-fifth anniversary season celebration!

We welcome Cedar Valley Bank and Trust as a new Diamond sponsor this season!

Emcees: Dorothy Albert and Blake Hansen


The Acts:

Pianist: Tess Noeller

Little Prelude

composed by Ludwig Schytte

Vocalist: Kevin Bookmeier

“Mary Did you Know”

Pianist: Nancy Jorgensen

Vocalist: Jill Lockard-Bopp

“Send in the Clowns”

Vocalist: Doug Martens

“The Gift”

Pianist: Nancy Jorgensen

Classical Guitarist: Ray Knoff

Heitor Villa Lobos (1887-1959) Prelude #1

Vocal Group: Martin, Huber and Owens Girls


pianist: Mary Ann Whelchel

Vocal Group: Beautiful Dudes and the Dead Flower

Erin, Clare, Patrick, Megan, Emma, Lily and Grace Horst

“Dancing is Not a Crime”

(from the Broadway musical Footloose)

Vocal Duet: Carolyn and Julie Corken


Mime: Mandy Peterson

Vocal Duet: Mark and Katie Hancock

Comedy Sketch: Brenda Hackbarth and Simon Feston-Fagel



Sing-a-Long: Dave Gates

Comedy Sketch: Kurt Karr and Doug Martens

Who’s on Popcorn?

Trombone Soloist: David Canaday

Vocalist: Gina LaHue

“Glory of Love”

(from the movie Karate Kid)

Vocalist: Abby Larkin

“On My Own”

from Les Miserables

pianist: Lois Martin

Pianist: Tess Noeller

Sonatina in G

composed by Thomas Attwood

Vocal Duet: Two Beautiful Dudes

Erin and Clare Horst

“I Can’t do it Alone”

(from the musical Chicago)

Vocal Duet: Anthony Bopp and Jill Lockard-Bopp

“Try to Remember”

Vocal Group: Martin, Huber and Owens Girls

Meghan and Beth Owens, Kate, Jane and Lois Martin, Rose, Ivy, Willow and Conni Huber


pianist: Mary Ann Whelchel

Staff / Crew

House Manager: Barb Bookmeier
Tech Director: Kevin Bookmeier
Lights: Michelle Bookmeier
Sound: Jay Appleby
Videographer: Ray Bookmeier
Poster design: Bobbie Hendryx
Program and Publicity: Julie Zimmer

Special thanks to Steve Arnold