Stars of Tomorrow, sponsored by Kiwanis and Lewis Palmer School District 38, is off to a rousing start. Kiwanis received applications from 53 acts featuring 77 performers.
Stars of Tomorrow will provide all applicants the opportunity to have their Performance Arts talent, which they hone on a regular basis, evaluated by professional judges. Contestants will be rated on Talent, Technique, Artistry, Presentation, Stage Presence and Selection of Material. Contestants will gain practical experience, receive valuable feedback and have the chance to compete for valuable prizes.
Auditions were held over four days in the last week of February to select the final 17 acts which will compete on March 19th in the Palmer Ridge High School Auditorium.
Applications were received from 15 acts in the Elementary category ($500 prize), 17 in Middle School category ($750 prize), and 21 in High School category scholarships of $2,000 and $1,000. Awards increase in the upper grade groups to recognize that older students have invested more time and expense into their training.
Ticket information is available at MHKiwanis.org