By Barbara Rowley
Big Sky Broadway
BIG SKY – Big Sky Broadway, Big Sky’s first and only musical theater company, invites local talent to once again showcase their skills in a community-wide talent show, Big Sky’s Got Talent, on Sunday, March 17, at 7 p.m. in the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center.
Last year’s talent show featured local adults and children in dance acts, groups and solos, all with material drawn from Broadway shows. This year’s event will likewise star local talents, and the search is on now.
“We can only have so many acts in an evening” says BSB Director John Zirkle. “We will be booking entries on a first-come, first-in basis.” He encourages people of all ages to enter. “I don’t think many people will soon forget John Dobson singing Old Man River [last year] or Sarah Phelps’ fantastic song and dance from Chicago.”
Last year’s event, held at the Lone Peak Cinema, was a critical and financial success. With twice as many seats, the event is sure to grow this year.
The title of this year’s Big Sky Broadway musical will be announced at the show.
Performers need to provide their own accompanist or music. To reserve your spot, contact Barbara Rowley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (406) 539-4749.
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