Louisville’s Got Talent, CenterStage’s youth talent competition, is back for its third year! Youths, ages 7-18, from across Louisville will come together to compete for cash prizes and the opportunity to be seen by local talent agencies and directors. Louisville’s Got Talent is a fundraiser to benefit Acting Out, CenterStage’s professional touring children’s theatre.
We are pleased to announce a new prize category, The People’s Choice Award, which will be determined by the audience at the Live Finale.
September 20, 2015 @ 2 p.m.
The Top 20 Finalists are competing to win prize money and a new People’s Choice Winner Category!
FINAL ROUND JUDGES:
Teddy Abrams (Louisville Orchestra’s Music Director)
Chad Broskey (Professional Performer)
Robert Curran (Louisville Ballet’s Artistic Director)
Shannon Cogan (WAVE3)
Terri Foster (Louisville Youth Choir)
and other Louisville professionals
PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD:
YOU CAN HELP DECIDE WHO WINS THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD!
SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE ACTS BY PURCHASING TICKETS TODAY!
Tickets for Final Showcase: Children (10 or under): $7; Adults: $12
And the Top 20 Finalists Are:
Haley Doerr and Michael Evans
Cameo Eden Hull
Romith Paily & Trisha Paily
Vaughn Michael Ramirez
Daniel Scofield & Jack Stewart
Madison Dailey & Emily Sipes
Top 20 Finalist:
7A: Chris Mikos, Seth Perkins, Jonah Boutell & Cole Gregory – Darshea Cain- Allie Perry & Sarah Dailey- Lynn Ogawa- Noah Stewart- Bryce Dayton- Hannah Nelms- Caroline Glazier- Meghan Thrasher- Emma Chandler- Fun Size: Meagan Maguire, Lily Maguire, Christian Beck & Hesed Jimenez- Frances Doughtery- Bailey Pierce & Isabella Langford-Miller Kraps- Gabriel Alexander Wiest- Joe Terwilliger- Stephen Vaught- Kylie McGuffey & Caroline Siegrist- Emily Sipes & Madison Dailey- Spencer Stewart & Joel Jackson
In honor of my Bar Mitzvah, I am producing Louisville’s Got Talent to raise money to support the operations of CenterStage Acting Out. CenterStage Acting Out is a program that takes live productions to schools across our city. I have developed a passion for the arts. I am very fortunate that throughout my childhood, I have been able to go to many plays and musicals at CenterStage, the Kentucky Center for the Arts, and even all the way in New York City. I want to raise money for Acting Out so other kids can be introduced to the arts and have the same wonderful experiences with theater I have had in my first thirteen years of life.