Talent of various types and quality will be on display at the third Seniors on Stage talent show in Stratton Hall at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Seniors on Stage is a student body talent show hosted by the class of 2018. In spite of its misleading name, Hannah Zakaria, who will be the show producer, said the show is open to everyone to participate, not just seniors.
The talent show derives its name from the seniors who organizing and directing the show.
“It’s a really good way to showcase the talents [of the student body],” Zakaria said.
Andrew Carter and Rebecca Williams, this year’s senior class representatives, said they encourage students to attend the talent show.
Zakaria said some of the acts from the second Seniors on Stage, which was held three years ago, included choreographed Disney songs, Bob Reece’s parkour acrobatics and Judson Greene’s magic act, which won first place
According to Carter, the three judges for the talent show will be Dr. Brenda Schoolfield, Dr. Dan Olinger and Ms. Jane Smith.
“It’ll be a really awesome event—lots of fun stuff,” Carter said. The senior class representatives along with Zakaria urged the student body to buy their tickets soon since only 700 tickets will be available.
Williams said the last show, which was held in 2015, completely sold out, and even standing-room-only tickets, in the back of Stratton Hall, were sold to accommodate the massive number of students wanting to attend.
The organizers declined to reveal details about the acts or participants. Students will have to go in order to find out.