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Talent Show auditions at Gaslight Theatre

By Martha B. Jacob –

The Brown County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a “Talent Show” on Saturday April 1 with the top 15 performers to move on to a final show set to Saturday, April 8 at the Gaslight Theatre in Georgetown.
“There is so much talent in Brown County,” said Danielle Williams with the chamber, “We are excited about this upcoming event and we are hopeful word gets around and we have a lot of participants.
“Talent can consist of anything from singing, dancing, short skit, magic, you name it, we’d love to have a lot of people show ups for this talent show. So if you or anyone you know has a special talent, he/she could win $500 for First Place, $300 for Second Place and $200 for Third Place.”
Auditions will begin at 7 p.m. (doors will open at 6:30 p.m.) on April 1 and will run as long as it takes. The auditions and the Talent Show will be held at the beautiful Gaslight Theatre in Georgetown.
“A lot of the local businesses will be featured on a special slide show before the auditions as well as during the final show on April 8,” Williams said. “We are still accepting ads from local businesses.”
The Brown County Chamber of Commerce is located in downtown Georgetown at 110 East State Street directly across from Grant Park.
“Please give me a call and try out for this talent show,” she said. “It’s going to be great fun and it’s also an opportunity to win some serious money. Please give me a call at (937) 378-4784 for more information.

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