Talent Show comes to LCHS


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  May 3 at 6:30 p.m., National Honors Society (NHS) and the Leadership Class will host their first Talent Show fundraiser in the Alan Jackson Theater. 

  “I think it is a great way to showcase the hidden talents throughout the school while giving back to the community,” NHS president Imani Fredrick said. 

   Twenty unique groups and individuals will perform in front of a judging panel consisting of the NHS officers: Imani Frederick, Holleigh Wright, Maeve Myers, Addison-Grace Alexander, and Eleanor Osborne, with the help of Mr. Harris and Mr. Blanchard. Acts will be judged on  numerous topics including costume and overall performance.

  “I signed my team up for the talent show so they can express themselves and create as much exposure as possible,” Captain of the Step Team Yarita Jones said. 

  Jones said she was extremely excited for her team to try something new and show pride in the school.  

  $5 tickets will go on sale on May 2 during lunch shifts as well as being sold at the door of the event. All the funds raised will be donated to the Thomas Jefferson Arts Department. Frederick wants to help build the Art and Music classes at Thomas Jefferson Elementary.

  Will Goodwin serves as the onsite director of the leadership team. He explained that he collaborates with NHS Officers closely to have a successful talent show. 

  “I am excited to see all of our work come together and the audience’s reactions,” said Goodwin.

  Currently, there are dancers, singers, rappers, and musicians in the lineup to perform for 3-5 minutes per performance. The talent show committee is still in search of additional acts for the talent show. They are still accepting audition requests. To set up an audition contact Imani Frederick.