Franklin High to hold auditions for student talent show

Franklin High School will hold auditions at noon, April 21, in its fine arts center, for home school and private school students wishing to perform in Showcase of Talent 2012.

Participation is open to actors, dancers, gymnasts, instrumentalists and vocalists in the third thru 12th grades. Solo, duo, and ensemble acts are welcome, and a piano and CD player will be provided.

Students should arrive between noon and 1 p.m. and will perform on a first-come basis; there is no pre-registration.

The Showcase of Talent is an annual non-competitive, countywide student talent show, held at 7p.m., April 28, in the fine arts center. Each student selected for the Showcase receives a complimentary adult ticket for a parent or guardian.

Proceeds support the Artists-in-the-Schools Program.

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