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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Dill

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Old Town Playhouse Inc

Financial Advisor
LPL Financial Services

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Local alumni include Larry Avery, owner of Dill's in Traverse City, who later organized the Golden Garter Revue.


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Local alumni include Larry Avery, owner of Dill's in Traverse City, who later organized the Golden Garter Revue.


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Besides an appearance by the mime Toma, also known as Tom Johnson, the evening's entertainment featured a brass ensemble and a stage show coordinated for the second year by Larry Avery.

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The musician and former owner of Dill's, Avery brought his trademark nightclub style to the Black & White Gala for the second year.Drawing on his years of experience with the Golden Garters Revue, Avery pulled together a who's who of local talent: Kelly Curtis, Brian Dungjen, Brett Nichols, Miriam Pico and Diana Morgan to name a few.
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"It's a blast, a creative challenge because the quality of people who come and audition are generally regulars at the playhouse," Avery said of the 11 entertainers and three-piece band."The show is no more than a showcase of their talent in a format that is hopefully going to be light, fun, funny emotional and entertaining."Avery recalled that before last year's show he was not sure how his style would be received.Knowing he had a seasoned audience filled with Broadway lovers, he was not sure how his nightclub background would fit."I just did what I thought would be fun and entertaining, upbeat music that would stir people's memories," he said.With two shows under his belt now, both Avery and the performers are happy with their efforts and the audience reaction. "For all the time and effort they put into it, it was a very warm feeling from the audience," Avery said."They gave the group a standing ovation after the show and it was really an outpouring."The Black & White Gala featured show tunes, some well known and some more obscure.This year, Avery deliberately chose some lesser-known tunes to highlight some of his performer's talents.
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Avery and his entertainers pulled the show together in two weeks, staging an high-octane schedule of rehearsals to get ready.


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A gourmet meal provided edible theater and a variety show led by Larry Avery, owner of Dill's Saloon, dazzled the crowd afterward.


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Besides an appearance by the mime Toma, also known as Tom Johnson, the evening's entertainment featured a brass ensemble and a stage show coordinated for the second year by Larry Avery.

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The musician and former owner of Dill's, Avery brought his trademark nightclub style to the Black & White Gala for the second year.Drawing on his years of experience with the Golden Garters Revue, Avery pulled together a who's who of local talent: Kelly Curtis, Brian Dungjen, Brett Nichols, Miriam Pico and Diana Morgan to name a few.
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"It's a blast, a creative challenge because the quality of people who come and audition are generally regulars at the playhouse," Avery said of the 11 entertainers and three-piece band."The show is no more than a showcase of their talent in a format that is hopefully going to be light, fun, funny emotional and entertaining."Avery recalled that before last year's show he was not sure how his style would be received.Knowing he had a seasoned audience filled with Broadway lovers, he was not sure how his nightclub background would fit."I just did what I thought would be fun and entertaining, upbeat music that would stir people's memories," he said.With two shows under his belt now, both Avery and the performers are happy with their efforts and the audience reaction. "For all the time and effort they put into it, it was a very warm feeling from the audience," Avery said."They gave the group a standing ovation after the show and it was really an outpouring."The Black & White Gala featured show tunes, some well known and some more obscure.This year, Avery deliberately chose some lesser-known tunes to highlight some of his performer's talents.
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Avery and his entertainers pulled the show together in two weeks, staging an high-octane schedule of rehearsals to get ready.

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