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Earl Cash, Music Director
Born in 1941, in Providence, Rhode Island. Lived most of early childhood and school years in the Washington D.C./Md area. Earned a bachelor and Masters degree from Bowie State  College and worked as an educator for 37 years in the Prince George's Co. Public School System. Has 3 children with wife Joyce Cash. Moved to the Villages in 2001. Began singing in church choir and sang in a quartet while in college.
Toni Booker, Choreographer, Assistant Music Director 

  Christened Toni Maria Prillerman, born June 7, 1952 in Columbus, OH. I started singing at an early age in elementary school and all through high school. After graduating, I started singing around the Columbus Area. Also, during that time I was employed by Rockwell International, Western Electric, and then later, Ohio State University. I quit singing when I married, had two children, daughters, and divorced. Met Ronnie, my husband now, who also has two daughters and moved to Detroit. Lived there for 20 years employed as a police officer for the City of Detroit. Retired in 2004 and moved to The Villages, FL in 2007, and the rest is history.


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Bill Rascoe​    Sound and Equipment 

Born in Ossining, NY on Veteran's Day, November 11, 1946. Upon graduation from high school, attended Westchester Community College 1964-1966 prior to joining the U.S. Air Force 1966-1970. Continued education at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY 1970-1972. Retired in 2005 from IBM as a senior product planner after 32 years of service, having held staff positions in communications, software planning and business volumes.  


Married to Florence Rascoe for 40 years (three children). Moved to The Villages in June of 2009.

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Cliff Cook, Costuming

I was born in Alabama and raised in New Jersey.  I was a registered nurse in the Philadelphia, PA area from 1971 until I retired in 2008.  My only musical entanglement was as a member of the Youth Choir in the AME church and occasionally humming a happy tune while listening to the radio.  But that all changed when I met Judy Hurley (Way Way Off Broadway Players producer and director) who heard me singing at karaoke in 2009 and encouraged me to audition for a singing part with a local community theater group.  And, as they say, the rest is history.  I have been a member of The Dorels since its inception in the spring of 2011, contributing as a lead singer, second tenor, baritone and bass. I have been married to my lovely wife Marcella (The Stage Wife) for 42 years and have lived in The Villages since 2006.