PICKETWIRE’S GOT TALENT
Production dates: April 11, 12, 13 @ 7:30pm
Audition dates: February 26 and 28 @ 7:00pm
Hitting the stage this spring! A show that showcases the talent of past, present and future Picketwire Players!
Auditions are open to any group or individual that’s looking to show off a talent whether it’s singing, dancing, juggling, yodeling, lion taming…the possibilities are endless! If you are looking to audition, prepare a 3-5 minute act and come in full performance attire. If you require music, please provide your own CD or music player. If you require any props or equipment, please bring them with you. Remember, auditions are a competition! Prizes will be awarded each night of performances. And remember, Bring It!
Do you want to be a star? Here’s your chance! Picketwire is hosting its very own talent show!
Unsure of what 2019’s production is all about?
The Picketwire Board of Directors voted to create a showcase that will give the community a chance to “strut their stuff.” A production that allows a seasoned entertainer to really break out of the shell of an already defined character and be themselves. We also created Picketwire’s Got Talent to give new and upcoming stars a chance in the spotlight with their own voice and their own moves. We want it to feature what the community can do without limiting actors or actresses to a molded role.
Will you be on stage and in the spotlight? Maybe just an over excited audience member (is there such a thing?)? Either way, look forward to an outstanding evening of some of the best and most creative talent to shine on the Picketwire stage.
While this will still be a full Picketwire production, there will be less directing and choreography than normal. Guided by the Picketwire Board of Directors who will be the crew and decision makers of this one-of-a-kind stage production.
Disclaimer: While auditions are open to everyone with every talent possible, the Picketwire Board of Directors makes the final decision of talents to be presented in Picketwire’s Got Talent. They will also decide the order of appearance, time allotted and appropriateness of talent, including but not limited to, costumes, props and content.