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posted Friday, March 23, 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 12
Century's Got Talent seeking performers
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Century's Got Talent seeking performers

by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Century Ballroom's West Hall, inside the OddFellows Building (915 E. Pine St.), is set to host Century's Got Talent, a monthly all-ages talent competition featuring members of the local community competing for a cash prize.

Century's Got Talent officials seek new performers for the second talent show contest scheduled for April through July.

'Singers, dancers, musicians, hula-hoopers, and magicians - you name it, Century's Got Talent wants it for four rounds of juried competitions that will take place on the second Saturdays in April, May, June, and July,' announced officials. 'Performers only need to compete in one of the primary rounds. First-place winners of each month will move to the final round and compete on the main Century Ballroom stage for a cash prize. Cash prizes will also be awarded to the first, second, and third place winners in the primaries.'

Winners of the 2011 Century's Got Talent competition include singer/songwriter Katherine Terrien, Premier Tap Company, beatboxer Bryan Houghton, and pianist Paul Cabrera. Singer/songwriter Stephanie Anne Johnson took home the grand prize as winner of the Century's Got Talent finals.

The first round of competition is scheduled for April 14, 8 p.m. (doors 7 p.m.). Tickets are $10, which acts as a joint cover with other Century Ballroom Saturday night dances. The audience and competition is all ages. Bar service is available and dinner reservations can be made at Tin Table restaurant adjacent to West Hall.

Other dates include May 12, June 9, July 14, and the finals on July 21.

You must register at office@centuryballroom.com or by calling (206) 324-7263. There is a $10 entry fee (which goes toward the prize money) and solo or group performers are welcome. There is a five-minute limit and officials ask that your act does not include nudity, fire, or water.

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