The Branson Regional Arts Council’s 1st Annual Talent Show benefitting Branson Regional Arts Council (BRAC) Youth Education Fund will be presented Friday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Historic Owen Theatre in Downtown Branson. A wide assortment of talent will be presented for the delight and entertainment of everyone in attendance.
$10 General admission tickets will be sold at the door, however, it is recommended patrons purchase tickets in advance online as the venue only seats 200 people. Tickets are available at BransonArts.org/talentshow.
All proceeds from the Talent Show go to the BRAC Youth Education Fund. BRAC provides artistic educational opportunities for young people in theatre, music and dance and currently has a full time Youth Troupe Theatre group as well as STACCATO, a Youth Show Choir that will be competing at the National Show Choir competition at Disney World in March of 2019.
“This is going to be an amazing display of talent,” stated BRAC’s Executive Director Jim Barber. “We had such a terrific response to our auditions last week, and I know that folks who attend will have a great time at the show. There will be something for everyone, with all kinds of music including country, gospel, film scores, and broadway musicals. We’ll have comedy and magic, dancing, gymnastics and more! This is a true variety show that your entire family will love.”
Over 55 entertainers will appear in this entertainment filled talent show.
The show will be MC’d by BRAC Executive Director Jim Barber, and the line up of stars include: BRAC’s Show Choir Staccato, Lisa Straka, Johanna Luthardt, Ember Straka, Corey Bunker, Carey Principato, Rylan Stone, Hallie Groff, Rebecca White, Alex Knudsen, Daniel Keaton, Lex Pearson, Dylan Pratt and Katie Wright, Brandi Ely, Ashley Rodgers, Emma Heseman, Gracelin Marie Garibay, Dani Groff, Brenna Kellem, Micah and Sheri Kuenzle, Megan Rodgers, Emrie Straka, Jessica Barber, Savannah Jewsbury, Robert Morris, Keith Rawls, Michelle Deck, Loreli Morrison, Heather Grace Spencer, Carter Hendrickson, Pillage Antoinette Gallifrey (Sydney and Sicily), Cassandra Carter, Dani Groff and Jacob Deeter, Kaitlyn Schumacher, Noah Breyer, and the BRAC Youth Theatre Troupe Showstoppers.