Charlotte Karkella choreographers show
. , Tollies' To Aid Volunteer Group On Monday, Oct. 11, the curtain curtain goes up on the sixth annual annual edition of "Gold Key Follies." Follies." Proceeds of the two-hour two-hour two-hour variety show will go to aid the Retarded Children's Helpers, a volunteer group assisting assisting Pre-School Pre-School Pre-School Retarded Children in this area. The show, which features the talented residents of Gold Key Leisure Village, is a fast-paced fast-paced fast-paced blend of comedy, music and dance. , Production numbers will include include a Can-Can, Can-Can, Can-Can, a precision march specialty, a salute to George M. Cohan and a soft shoe chorus number to "Tea for Two" from the currently popular Broadway show "No, No, Nanette." The male chorus will also offer "There Is Nothing Like A Dame" from "South Pacific." A production within a production production has been staged, written written and produced by Clara Haase, former trapeze artist. Called "Cabaret Days," it highlights Miss Haase's recreation recreation of the immortal Sophie Tucker. Comedy turns include George S. Kaufman's "If Men Played Cards as Women Do," and an original, "Picking the Colors," which details the agonies of project managers when home buyers come o pick their colors. "Laugh-In" "Laugh-In" "Laugh-In" type vignettes and blackouts will intersperse the musical action of the show. Solo spots will feature the dijets of Gina and Nick Beni, Jerry Layton, former Radio WAVS talkmaster, the tenor of John Glynn, a moving ballad ballad by Sol Farber, a comedy duet by Jimmy Monaco and Renee Glazer and a banjo specialty. The entire show is planned and directed by Syl Reilly. Choreography is by Betty Reilly, assisted by Charlotte Karkella and Susan Cuccaro. Tickets for the show are $1.50 and may be obtained by calling Mrs. Schmidt at 731-6926 731-6926 731-6926 or Mrs. Heigl at 731-3398. 731-3398. 731-3398. The show will run for six days, from Oct. 11 to 16.