Monday, December 26, 2011

Region play group’s agenda auditions for their 2012 shows

playgroup agenda audition

Genesius Theatre is asset auditions for its primary two productions of the 2012 amount, "Man of La Mancha," that opens March 16, and "Miss Saigon," that open June 22.

The shows will be heading for by L.J. Fecho, with tune directed by Kevin Cooper, Andrew Cusano and Christopher Sperat.

Auditions will be held Jan. 3, 4 and 5 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. by meeting only at the plays, 10th and Walnut streets.

Manufacture dates are April 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22.
The Alpha/Omega group of actors will grasp civic auditions for the melodic "Blood Brothers" on Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Alpha/Omega drama Arts middle, 301 E. First St.,

Birdsboro. Callbacks will be Jan. 12 at 7 p.m.

The test is open to someone age 13 and elder. There is no test fee and no ready test is needed. The role of the speaker will not be auditioned; all other roles are available.

The Ephrata Performing Arts Center will grasp auditions for its 2012 period on Jan. 7 and 8 from midday to 6 p.m.; and on Jan. 9, 10 and 11 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the
Sharadine Bigler Theatre, 320 Cocalico St., and Ephrata.

For other information about what's necessary to test and to create a meeting, go to and click on "auditions" from the menu bar, or email to

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

African Music and Dance Ensemble

Level I: MUEN 2690
Level II: MUEN 3690
Level III: MUEN 4690
Meets: TR 5:15-7:00 p.m.

Room: OCH 107

Auditions: Thursday, January 19 (first class meeting time), OCH 107, 5:15 p.m.

No experience necessary. Come to class the first day for the informal audition, ready to learn some rhythms, dance steps, and songs in small groups. After auditions, the instructor will invite those admitted via SIS to register.

For more information’s contact Michelle Kisliuk (

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Balinese Gamelan Ensemble

Balinese Gamelan Ensemble
Tuesday and Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Gamelan Studio 230B

Linda Burman-Hall, Director

Auditions are at the first class. Each audition consists of playing in the ensemble for a class.

Priority are given to:

1) Music students/grad students
2) percussion students of Music Dept faculty
3) lower division students
(who can build an ensemble across several years),
4) anthropology/linguistics students with SE Asia minor or focus.
5) after all these, students in any major may enroll.

For more information, contact Linda Burman-Hall at:

Friday, November 25, 2011

Pantomime Auditions Announced

auditions for cinderella
Halton dance groups are being urged to audition for Cinderella - this year's Halton Borough Council panto at The Brindley.

Unlike previous years, newly appointed company Pelé Productions is looking for dancing schools to audition as a group, to include both junior and senior dancers. This spectacular pantomime will run from Friday 9 December to Sunday 8 January 2012 with schools performances taking place during the first and last week.

Dance schools should prepare two routines of no more than two minutes long, one to include ballet. Suitable backing music should be selected by individual dance schools and be brought to the audition on a CD.

Last year the venue was five percent more full than the previous year's Halton Borough Council event.cindrella dance

With the introduction of an early bird ticket offer and the promise of star names, a fabulous set and costumes the Council hopes to break all previous panto box office records (oh yes they do!).

Halton Borough Council's Executive Board Member for the Arts, Cllr Phil Harris, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in a professional production on your doorstep."

Tickets for Cinderella are now on sale with an early bird offer on all tickets booked before 31 July. For further details contact the box office on 0151 907 8360 or log onto

Dance groups will be seen individually and will need to book an appointment time.

Maximum height for juniors 4’10” Minimum height for seniors 5’3

For further information and an appointment time please email or telephone 0151 428 8720

The auditions will be at The Brindley, on Sunday 19 June.

A record 14,000 enjoyed Aladdin over the whole run last year and organisers are hoping to do even better this time around.

With a track record for producing spectacular traditional pantomimes across the country Pelé Productions’ husband and wife team, James and Viv Wells, will present this year’s glittering production.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Auditions for all

auditions foe music,dance,acting

All students will participate in the Musical Theatre Dance Audition. Those who are accepted into the BFA Program and have advanced training will be asked to come back for the professional level dance auditions for placement purposes. Those auditions take place Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, Saturday, February 18, 2012 and Saturday, April 14, 2012. Additionally, Dance Auditions will be held the Friday before classes begin.
* All candidates are asked to dress in dance attire and bring ballet slippers and/or jazz shoes, if available.
* If a candidate has never had dance training, they will be placed into introductory courses and deferred to a later audition.

The candidate will prepare one contemporary monologue from a published play not to exceed two minutes. The monologue must be memorized.


The candidate will prepare two songs; both must be memorized. Both songs must be from the standard musical theatre repertory and must represent a contrast of style, (i.e. one up-tempo and one ballad). Selections should not be an entire song. Thirty two bars are sufficient. Selections should not exceed three minutes combined. Please bring sheet music in your key. An accompanist will be provided. Candidates may be asked to participate in a pitch-matching exercise.


Please download the Musical Theatre Application Packet and complete the application and two recommendation forms. Please bring these forms and your resume' on the day of your audition.


For more information about the BFA Theatre Program, please contact Terri Kent, Artistic Director, School of Theatre & Dance, Kent State University, P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242-0001 or e-mail Also, questions can be directed to Patricia Albert, Administrative Clerk, via e-mail or telephone at (330) 672-0111.

Audition dates are November 12, 2011 and February 24, 2012
Saturday, November 12, 2011: Voice& Acting Auditions from 9:00AM to 2:00PM. Meet and Greet from 2:30PM to 3:30PM. Dance auditions from 5:30PM to 7:00PM.
Friday - February 24, 2012: Voice& Acting Auditions from 9:00AMto 3:30PM. Meet and Greet from 4:00PM to 5:00PM. Dance auditions from 5:30PM to 7:00PM.

Friday, November 4, 2011

IU Contemporary Dance Program

The IU Contemporary Dance Program offers a collection of dance experiences that are accessible to students who seek serious study in the art of dance. The program's core offerings consist of curricula which, through the highest quality of training and instruction, strengthen and refine contemporary dance technique as well as provide scholarly inquiry into the history, science and aesthetics of dance. The faculty of the IU Contemporary Dance Program strives to not only teach, but mentor, and provide a strong theoretical base from which each dancer can grow and work as an individual artist. Students are encouraged to seek their own venue for expression, such as performance, choreography, teaching, production or scholarship, and prepare for a successful career in the professional and academic field of dance.Contemporary Dance


  • 10-13 - Dance Exchange Concert featuring Adjunct Faculty Ben Wegman, in Liz Lerman’s The Matter of Origins, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
  • 11 - First audition for the dance major for the 2012-13 academic year
  • 22 - Thanksgiving recess begins after last class and last day to drop a Second 8 weeks course with an automatic “W” by 4:00 p.m.
  • 28 - Classes resume

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Knoxville Fashion Week

Knoxville Fashion Week
Knoxville Fashion Week announces a four-day community event that will take place February 29- March 3, 2012 in multiple Knoxville venues. KFW is an art and fashion event whose goal is to create a buzz, and be well-received by fashion houses, buyers, and fashion enthusiasts alike.

Knoxville Fashion Week is about showcasing high fashion styles while bringing attention to Knoxville’s fashion industry. High fashion will be made approachable, in an accessible setting, where designers, boutiques, stylists, makeup artists, and photographers can interact with clients.

Designers and talent can submit online starting in the Fall of 2011. Go to for more details, and "LIKE" the Facebook page for audition updates and announcements.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Australia Got Talent Show

America got talent

Event Description:

Wednesday 19 October 2011 at TRECC

Network Seven's hit show Australia's Got Talent is on the road looking for the next year's big star. The producers are looking for anything and everything - solo acts, groups, singers, dancers, magicians, circus and stunt acts, instrumentalists, comedians, novelty acts, animal acts and child performers. Open to all ages, amateur or professional.


11:00am to 6:00pm, Wednesday 19 October 2011.

Event Location:

Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre (TRECC).

Event Contact Details:

More information at Australia's Got Talent website

Thursday, September 29, 2011



Auditions - October 16-17, 2011

Show Dates - December 16-18, 2011

Our productions are for our members. Each member may audition for any production (unless there is an age requirement). Not all members

who audition will necessarily be given a part. Some productions only allow for a certain number of cast members, like Cinderella and the

Ransom of Red Chief. However, we can take several for A Sunshine Player Christmas and What About those Girls! If you want stage time, the

Acting Classes offer the best solution for that!

Dates are subject to change. Always look at the information on the audition sheet. Those dates will be more accurate.

Tickets go on sale at least two weeks prior to a production. Most shows are $7.50 for adults, $6.00 for seniors and youth and $3.00 for


Times: Auditions: 2:00 p.m. on Sundays / 6:30 p.m. on Mondays

Performances: 7:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday / 2:00 p.m. on Sundays

Location: The Theatre at Patterson Park

Fee: $30.00 membership for participants

Tickets: $7.50 adults, $6.00 youth and seniors

Contact: Terry Ann Womack, 893-7439,

Monday, September 19, 2011

State Opera Auditions

music auditions

The State Opera holds general auditions each year for chorus (as required), minor principal artists, cover roles and young artists. The auditions take place in The Opera Studio, State Opera, 216 Marion Road, Netley 5037.

Auditions are by resume only and not guaranteed. To apply for an audition, mail your CV together with current photograph to Debra Pahl, Auditions Coordinator, State Opera of SA, PO Box 211, MARLESTON SA 5033 no later than 31 October 2011. Enquiries can be directed to email

Auditionees must prepare two arias, both non-English. State Opera of SA will provide an accompianist for every audition however auditionees are welcome to bring their own if preferred. Auditionees who elect to use our accompanist are required to provide copies of their music (no plastic sleeved or unbound sheet music is accepted).

International Principal Artists seeking engagements with The State Opera of SA should forward their resume and CD/video of their work to:CEO & Artistic Director,State Opera of SA,PO Box 211,MARLESTON SA 5033.

Friday, September 9, 2011


Fall Quarter 2011

UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Fall Quarter 2011(Music 2 and 102):

Tuesday / Thursday, 5:00-7:00 p.m., 114 Music Center.

Nicole Paiement, Director

Audition Information:

Tuesday, September 27, 2011, 2:00-5:30 p.m., 114 Music Center - winds

Tuesday, September 27, 2011, 5:30-7:00 p.m., 114 Music Center - strings and percussion

Wednesday, September 28, 2011, 11:00-2:00 p.m., 131 Music Center -strings


Please bring a short selection of your choice. You will also be asked to sigh-read an excerpt from the Fall repertoire.



Friday, August 19, 2011


Cleveland State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance announces auditions for Jean Paul Sartre’s play, No Exit. This will be the second to last production in the historic Factory Theatre on the campus of Cleveland State University.

jeal-paul-satre's play
To schedule an audition,

  • Call : Kate at 687-2113 or email her at
  • Callbacks: August 31, 2011 beginning at 7:00pm
  • Place: CSU Factory Theatre On East 24th Street between Chester and Payne avenues in Cleveland, OH 44114
  • Rehearsals: September 6, 2011
  • Performance Date: October 6 - 16, 2011.Timings: 8:00pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:00pm on Sundays.


Returning students should prepare a 90 second dramatic contemporary monologue.
New students and Freshmen are encouraged to prepare a monologue, but will be permitted to read a short monologue from the show if they choose to (One will be provided at the audition.)

Friday, August 12, 2011

A great opportunity to all the young dancers



Fandango offers young dancers the opportunity to continue their study of Spanish Flamenco and Mexican Folklorico dance traditions. The dancers audition for the troupe and range in age from 11 to 19. The next auditions will be Aug.13, 2011. The troupe has performed in Germany and Mexico as well as the United States. They perform regularly during the summer at the Arneson River Theatre.

This troupe specializes in tap, jazz, hip hop and ballet. The troupe also performs during the summer months at the Arneson River Theater, with local talent providing vocals and acting as emcees. The show features group, ensembles and solos. The next auditions will be Aug. 13, 2011, and are open to youth 11 - 24 years of age.

Alamotion Too
Dancers of all ages are invited to try out for Alamotion Too, the department's contemporary performance troupe which focuses on apprentice dance training and community performances. Call 207-3134 for information on auditions.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Calling future stars!

This year's pantomime at Motherwell Theatre will be the beauty-full festive treat - Beauty and the Beast.

The producers are looking for local young dancers to take part in this year's pantomime.

Auditions are open to young people living in North Lanarkshire or within an easy commute of Motherwell.

See below for more details.

Beauty and the Beast will be produced by Spillers Pantomimes, in their sixth year at Motherwell Theatre. Already over 9,000 tickets have been booked for Beauty and the Beast.Beauty and the Beast runs at Motherwell Theatre from Monday 21 November 2011 until Tuesday 3 January 2012 - call 01698 403120 for ticket information.Tickets start at £12.50 with discounts available to groups and schools.

Dancers - Juvenilesbeauty and beast

  • We require three groups of six young dancers aged 6 years and over.
  • Dancers can't be taller than 1.5 metres (4' 11").
  • Dancers need to be confident and disciplined with lots of personality and stage presence. We need good all round dancers with ballet and modern training.

Audition (open) - Wednesday 31 August 2011 at the Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility in Motherwell

Please be ready to start at 4.30pm.

There is no need to prepare anything in advance. Wear comfortable dance clothes that are easy to move in.

  1. Licences - Details of the licensing process will be supplied at the audition and successful dancers must complete the application process and supply their paperwork to the theatre within the time specified.
  2. Commitment - Rehearsals begin in early November. You will be required at every rehearsal and at around 30 performances during the six weeks of the run. Time off from school will be essential.
  3. Care - Motherwell Theatre will provide chaperones for the juvenile dancers at rehearsals and performances. At the audition, parents are expected to wait outside the audition area.

Professional Dancers

Spillers Pantomimes Limited have filled all of the professional female dancer roles for Beauty and the Beast. However, they are still looking for one more professional male dancer.

Contact Spillers Pantomimes at for more details.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Chicago Luvabulls to host auditions on August 13, 2011

The Chicago Luvabulls will conduct auditions for its 2011-2012 team on Saturday, August 13 at the United Center.

The selected team of dancers will perform at all Chicago Bulls home games next season as well as many special events and charity fundraisers throughout the year.

Several hundred candidates are expected to show their talents to a panel of judges including former Luvabulls dancers, Bulls representatives and local media members.

At the end of the initial auditions, a group of 30-40 dancers will be selected to move forward to a mandatory training camp.

More on the LuvabullsChicago Luvabulls

  • Luvabulls will perform at all Bulls home games
  • Luvabulls perform for national television audiences
  • Perform internationally in such places as Holland, England, Costa Rica, France, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Italy and China
  • Represent the Bulls at a number of special events, private and corporate parties, award banquets, charity events and promotional engagements


  • The time of auditions a participants must be at least 21 years
  • Participants must be completed a high school graduate
  • Must be employed full-time or be a student with part-time employment
  • Must reside in the Chicagoland area and have a reliable means of transportation

Friday, July 15, 2011

Audition Dates Announced For Open Mic UK Singing Competition

music audition

Audition dates have been announced for Open Mic UK singing competition for the 2011 Open Mic music competition, with over 9,000 entrants last year the 2011 competition is set to be the biggest yet!

Open Mic UK is the biggest national music competition for singers and also solo artists in the UK, the competition travels across the country every year in search of the UK's greatest singers, singer/songwriters, rappers and vocalists. This competition open to all genres, so whether you’re into R’n’B, Rap, Acoustic, Pop or Classical – Open Mic UK has it all! Acts can present either covers or original material and they’ll be invited to a live audition in front of the judging panel.

Those who make it through the audition stage will go on to give their performance across the UK in Live shows, in front of an audience and judging panel, for the chance to sing at the Grand Final.
There are ample of opportunities to win prizes throughout the competition. As well as over £50,000 worth of prizes up for grabs and the winning act will be offered a development and management contract to develop their music. Competing acts will also have the possibility to perform live in some of the best music venues in the country.

Audition Date

  • 7th August Sunday (Willows, Willows Road, Manchester M5 5FQ)
  • 13th August Saturday (Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes, Middlesex, London UB3 2UE)
  • 14th August Sunday (St Georges, Bristol BS1 5RR)
  • 20th August Saturday (Glasgow Royal concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY)
  • 21st August Sunday AM;( The Liner Hotel, Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool L3 5QB)
  • 27th August Saturday AM; (Pitsea Leisure Centre, Northlands Pavement, Pitsea, Basildon, Essex SS13 3DU)
  • 28th August Sunday (The Coal Exchange, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5EB)
  • 3rd September Saturday AM; (National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham B40 1NT)
  • 4th September Sunday (Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2AB)
  • 10th September Saturday AM;(The Journal Tyne Theatre, Westgate Road, Newcastle NE1 4AG)

Friday, July 8, 2011

Auditions for 'Jekyll & Hyde' Musical, Aug.

music auditions

Open auditions for the Tony Award-nominated musical “Jekyll & Hyde,” opening the 2011-2012 seasons at Sturges Center for the Fine Arts, have been announced for August. Eleven main and small roles, plus ensemble members, are open. An income for all roles is available.

An audition starts at 6-10 p.m. Aug. 3 at Sturges Center, 780 N. E St., San Bernardino. Sign-ups initiate at 5:30 p.m. Call back auditions are start at 6-10 p.m. Aug. 4, also at Sturges Center. Those auditioning are asked to bring a copy of their latest headshot with attached resume, and have prepared 32 bars of a musical theater piece, reflecting the style of the show.

Actors auditioning for a particular role will be asked to sing a song from the show. An accompanist will make available. Singers are asked to take their sheet music in the correct key. Music and selected scenes from the show will be present at the audition for the call back.

Rehearsals will be start from Sept. 12 to Oct. 13 at Screenland Studios in Burbank.

Performances are held on Oct. 14-16 at Sturges Center. The production is an arrangement by the City of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency.

A production team whose experience and background includes award-winning stage shows, television series and films has been assembled for the show.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Boston Conservatory’s NEW Musical Theater Dance

The Boston Conservatory’s NEW Musical Theater Dance Intensive gives promising musical theater students the opportunity to build skill and proficiency in musical theater dance styles with highly acclaimed faculty in the Conservatory’s new state-of-the-art performance center. Students also will broaden their resumes and "triple threat" capabilities with additional training in voice and acting.

Program Dates

Sunday, July 17 through Saturday, August 6

Sample Schedule (Monday-Friday):

  • 9-10:45 am Dance Technique (ballet, jazz or theater dance)
  • 11-12:45 pm Dance Technique (ballet, jazz or theater dance)

Dress Code

  • Ballet (Women): Leotards, tights, ballet skirts, ballet shoes. Hair pulled back and secured.
  • Ballet (Men): Tights, tight fitted a-shirts or t-shirts, unitards, ballet shoes, dance belt
  • Modern: Unitards or leotard and tights
  • Jazz: Jazz shoes, character shoes, unitards, leotards, tights

Audition and Application Requirements

  • ApplyYourself online application
  • Live audition* or video (to be uploaded onto ArtsApp)**
  • One letter of recommendation from a dance teacher (to be uploaded onto ArtsApp)
  • One artistic resume (to be uploaded onto ArtsApp)
  • One head shot (to be uploaded onto ArtsApp)

Please email or call the Extension Programs Office at 617-912-9203 to schedule your audition after you have submitted your online application form

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Albuquerque woman reunite with $30,000 diamond ring

Diamond ring

A 45-year-old Albuquerque woman is sporting a billion-dollar smile today after getting a $30,000 diamond engagement ring which she lost in 1997. "She said it was like being reunited with a long-lost love," said Lt. Louis Carlos, who returned the ring to the woman Wednesday at the Santa Fe Police Department.

The available ring had been in the agency's confirmation room for more than two years. Two weeks ago, police openly announced they would auction off the 3-karat diamond if the owner did not come forward soon.

About 25 people then claimed the ring was theirs. "Most were outlandish stories and dismissed right away," Carlos said. "There were claims of theft or it having been lost, but what nobody could come up with was proof of ownership of the ring. That is, until this woman came to us and not only explained us with paperwork to include a receipt for the ring, but photographs of her wearing the ring."

The woman, who asked police not to free her name to the media, told investigators that she charged the pear-shaped diamond ring to her own credit card in February 1997. She said her fiancé was setting up to make the payments on it. "It was about the same time the engagement broke off, so she thought maybe her ex had taken it, but she also wasn't sure she didn't accidentally throw the ring out," Carlos said. "Either way, without knowing for certain what she did with the ring, she decided by no means to file a report with police."

It is uncertain whether the woman had filed an insurance claim. The price she paid for the ring was not revealed, although it was assessed last year for $30,000, police said. In April 2009, a man and woman walked into Earthfire Gems Gallery, 121 Galisteo St., and attempted selling the ring for $200, according to police. The store's owner, who identified something was up, went to the back of the shop and called police.

When investigators arrived, the man fastened, but the woman stayed, claiming the piece was an engagement ring that she no longer sought and didn't care what price she got for it.

Police were convinced the ring did not belong to the couple, so they protected it in their confirmation room. No charges were filed against the couple. Two years later, not a single area theft report matched up with the ring, and no one stepped forward looking for it. While available evidence often is put on the auction block much sooner, the value of the ring led law enforcement to keep it for two years.

Carlos said Wednesday that there is no reason to think the man who ran from the jewelry store in 2009 is the owner's ex-fiancé Police have no idea how the pair came into control of the ring. Last week, according to Carlos, the ring's owner was advanced by a friend in Albuquerque asking if she had read the story about the available diamond ring in Santa Fe.

"She know nothing about it, so her friend pulled up an article on her phone and showed it to (the ring's owner)," Carlos said. "She said, 'That's my ring! That's my ring!' " But the next step was judgment proof of rights. According to police, the woman asked her husband to go through some paperwork in their storage space shed. The husband was able to find the papers. A family picture with the ring on the woman's hand preserved the deal.

"We had no doubt at all the ring was hers," Carlos said. "I even had Capt. (Aric) Wheeler there giving his opinion to be safe, and neither of us doubt this is her ring, so we released it to her morning."

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Solo Auditions

For details, solo music and an audition time contact Ellen Stephens at

– One three (3) octave scale of your choice
– 5 minute excerpt of a prepared work demonstrating the student's abilities

Admittance and orchestral seating will be based on the auditions.
Contact Ellen Stephens to schedule an audition at or call 859-572-7737.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Maple Mountain High School

dance company

We are looking for hard working, open minded, creative dancers. Good attitudes are a must!

All applicants are expected to be dependable students with good attendance. Applicants must be registered at MMHS. All District and School policies must be adhered to.

Monday, April 25th, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. in the MMHS Dance Studio, you will learn a movement combination that emphasizes torso control, flow, balance, leaps, turns, and rhythmic coordination.

Tuesday, April 26th, 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. will be the final audition in front of judges. In addition to the group combination, you also need to prepare a solo performance using a minimum of 64 counts (or one minute of movement). This will be performed without music. Here is your chance to show off your personal strengths. Be confident! Project! Smile!

Auditions are closed to the public. Selection of Dance Company members will be posted on the door by the studio shortly after the audition.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

A Taste of Talent 2011 Vocal Competition Franklin, PA

2011 Vocal Competition
Open to: individual soloists
Ages: 16 & up
Where: Bandstand Park, Liberty Street
Rain Location: Barrow-Civic Theatre
Competition: Wednesdays, June 29; July 6, 13, 20, 27 • 7:00 PM
Finals: Saturday: August 6, 7:00 PM, Bandstand Park, Sunday : August 7, 4:00 PM, Bandstand Park

Winner Receives $1,000

Application & Registration Fee MUST be returned by Thursday, April 15, 2011, at 5:00 PM.
We will notify you of your acceptance or rejection to be a contestant for A Taste of Talent. 12 contestants will be chosen by the Committee.

For more Information:
Telephone: 814/437-1619, ext. 1
Fax: 814/437-1119