Monday, September 21, 2020

All Ages Invited to Audition for Coronado’s Talent 2020

Coronado’s Talent is putting out the call to Coronado residents of all ages with talent to
audition for the 4th annual show scheduled for 7pm, February 22, 2020.


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Coronado’s Talent’s annual extravaganza wows the audience and celebrates the residents of our community by featuring about 20 acts of all ages and talents with 100% of the net proceeds benefiting the Coronado Schools Foundation and the Coronado School of the Arts.

Auditioning is very easy. Live auditions are January 4th from noon to 3pm and January 12th from 1pm to 4pm at the Black Box Theater located at Coronado High School just north of the main entrance at 650 D Ave, Coronado, CA.


Schedule your audition on the website:  www.coronadostalent.com. Audition videos can also be submitted via emailing your video to info@coronadostalent.com as an alternative to a live audition.


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Past talented contestants have been singers, bands, silk aero acrobats, hula hoopers, yo-yo entertainers, artistic yoga routines, dancers, jump rope teams, comedians and much more. The contestants are treated to a red carpet experience complete with a green room, participation gifts, features in the program, a personalized video played the night of the show, a head shot photo all with the possibility to win some amazing prizes donated by businesses.


Last year the Grand Prize included a 3-month family membership to the Club at the Del valued at nearly $4,000. Winners are determined by judges and audience donation votes.


Alan Kinzel, producer of Coronado’s Talent says, “We have been blessed with some amazing talent. Some of our previous contestants have recording contracts, been featured in feature films, American Idol and the Gong Show among others. Last years winner went on to win the International Opera singing competition in China. While the talent is very good, the best part of the event is the celebration of our community with everyone coming together to enjoy the unique show for a good cause. We love to have a diversity of age and acts and encourage everyone regardless of age or talent to audition!”


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Tickets will go on sale soon and may be purchased at: www.coronadostalent.com  It is sure to sell out so be sure to act fast to secure your seat as a spectator and supporter and for those with talent book your audition.



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