Louisville’s Got Talent

Louisville’s Got Talent, CenterStage’s youth talent competition, is back for its third year! Youths, ages 6-18, 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.


Round 1 Auditions:

January 15, 2017 | 3-6 p.m.


Live Finale:
February 26, 2017 | 7 p.m.

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The Top 20 Finalists are competing to win prize money and a new People’s Choice Winner Category!

Once you are called back to the audition room, you will have 90 seconds to strut your stuff! If you are using music, we will provide a CD player and iPod connection for Round 1 auditions. We do not provide an accompanist, but you are welcome to bring one with you. No parents, guardians, family or friends will be allowed in the audition room unless they are your accompanist. Any additional equipment needed, like amplifiers, will not be provided.
Once you’ve completed your audition, you may leave. You will be notified via email by Monday if you are a Top 20 finalist.
The Final Showcase Live will be held on Sunday, February 26 at 7 p.m.

Ages 6-12: One winner receives $200
Ages 13-18: One winner receives $200
People’s Choice Winner: $100 and gift basket
All 20 finalists receive special recognition.

Tickets for Final Showcase: Children (10 or under): $7; Adults: $12


2015 Winners:

Vaughn Michael Ramirez
Jacob Lyons
Daniel Scofield & Jack Stewart





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.

Jake Latts