ASU’s got talent

Auditions set for next week, all welcome

By Patrick Fleming
On March 2, 2017

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UCPC will set up a talent show students are encouraged to participate in whether their talents include music, magic, or something completely original. In order to be in the show, potential participants must audition on March 8-9 and be approved for the show.

The only major requirements for someone to participate are: be a student or faculty member, fill out the proper forms provided by the UCPC and keep their performance school-appropriate.

Yet, as one of the events that asks for volunteers, the annual Talent show seems to have mixed reception among students.

Some are eager to show their assorted talents while some only want to watch these performances.

"I might do it, but I don’t know," Andrea Mitani, freshman, said. "I might sing."

Auditions will be from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the University Center at the desk lobby and the forms students need to fill out will be available there.

The actual show will be on March 17. The show will be open and free for anyone to watch.

For students who want to be a professional performer of some kind, this may be a useful opportunity to practice their skills in front of a live audience.

"I would get my drumset, but I guess I could play guitar," Randy Lozano, freshman, said.

This will be the 34 annual Talent show taking place at ASU and the UCPC expects it to have as much student participation as have in the past few years.

Yet, despite being this old, there are many student who were not aware it even existed, let alone if it was entertaining.

Luckily, those who have participated or watched the event in the past look back on it with a positive view.

"I don’t have any talents," Kane Peavy, senior and RA, joked. "But the show is really neat."

One of the new faces to this program would include Alex Haag, a freshman that is now in charge of the talent show. She is enthusiastic about the opportunity.

She intends to follow the same procedure the talent show has had the past few years, letting the students carry the show as they will so anxious students already feeling a little anxious will not have any unnecessary pressure put on them. The main goal continues to be having fun.

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