Wenatchee to Highlight Local Multicultural Talent

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wenatchee, WA, October 1, 2015 – Wenatchee’s Got Multicultural Talent is holding auditions this November.

 
 

Jeffers Danielson Sonn & Aylward (JDSA Law) is pleased to support a very special talent show event celebrating the region’s ethnic diversity. If you feel you have a talent, and you live in the Wenatchee Valley, this event might be your next stepping stone to success. The show winner will also receive the $500 Grand Prize. Celebrate the ethnic diversity of our local cultures by auditioning for Wenatchee’s Got Multicultural Talent.

“Inclusivity is the goal,” says executive director Matt Cadman. “As long as the talent has an ethnic flavor – to be entirely determined by our team of audition judges on October 15th. I want the community to know that our goal is to be a cultural anchor for the community, that our arms are open and embracing of all people, and I’d like to diversify our program to reflect that.”

All acts must audition in advance on October 15th, 2015. Only the top ten acts will advance to the first annual Wenatchee’s Got Multicultural Talent Show to be held on November 13, 2015.“We’re hoping to see song, dance, magic, juggling, acrobatics, novelty acts, or any audition local people thing will celebrate our ethnic diversity,” added Jasen McDaniel of JDSA Law, one of the show’s sponsors.

Auditions will be held on the stage in front of the show’s producers. It is recommended performers prepare to audition the way they would perform if selected. Performances must be less than five minutes in duration. A contestant’s main goal should be to attend the audition dressed to impress, in the outfit he or she would wear in the talent show.  Energy, and lots of personality to showcase your talent is vital. Any act that represents an ethnic culture is welcome to audition.

Audition information can be obtained by calling Matt Cadman at (509) 665-9096, x225 or via email at mattc@numericapac.org. Additional information is available online at numericapac.org

Kirk Esmond