Our History


Established in 1985, this local, volunteer non-profit group is dedicated to providing entertainment as its Community Service. Founded by a professional vaudevillian who wished to preserve musical comedy style entertainment through live performance, the group is now directed by Annette Marsh. She not only trains the dance line of tap dancers, but also enlists, promotes and presents many talented dancers, singers, and musicians in musical variety type shows featuring music from the 1900’s – 1960’s.

In July 1989, this group became a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Presently, it is governed by Board of 10 volunteer Directors.

The performers of this organization are all volunteers, some who have full-time jobs, but take time to entertain at Nursing Homes, Senior Citizen Centers, Retirement Centers, Churches and Art Theatres throughout the Metroplex.

 Every 18 months to two years, they also produce a full-length theatre show. They have performed at the Scott Theatre and Bass Hall in Fort Worth, and Palace Theatre in Grapevine.

As a family oriented group, there is no age restriction on its members. Performers have ranged in age from 3 years old to 80+ and are dedicated to providing “fun” entertainment for all ages.

In 2002 it was discovered there is a demand for theatre entertainment for Seniors. This is a program our group has continued to pursue and expand. There is an increased demand by the Senior audiences. There are now two theatre performances dedicated to Seniors and physically challenged. One program includes a lunch social at the Scott Theatre in Fort Worth, TX.



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