[Perform-talk] If I presided over the talent show
jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu
Fri Jul 15 09:56:11 UTC 2011
Jokes are okay, as long as they aren't used, to make fun of
performers, and performances.
Join the Music Talk list, and you'll read about that lady, Ms Mentink
was talking about.
Dennis made fun of her performance, and now, she won't perform again.
She's a classically trained singer, with a masters degree in music.
This was her first time to perform, and this was her first convention.
This happened, two years ago.
You were probably there.
Dennis needs to stop making fun of the performances.
On 7/15/11, Jessica <jessmonsilva2003 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Hey I like the jokes lol. I don't aree with the idea about the tracks
> because not everyone has heir track on cd, some have iPods and the like.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Jul 14, 2011, at 9:50 PM, Joshua Lester <jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu>
>> Hi, it's Joshua Lester.
>> If I presided over the talent show, I'd do the following.
>> #1. Not tell jokes, (which is obvious.)
>> #2. I'd have the ladies performing first, and the men performing last,
>> (nothing like being southern gentlemen.)
>> #3. I wouldn't give away so many door prizes.
>> This is a talent show, not a door prize fest.
>> #4. I'd make a rule, that if a person isn't going to show up, they
>> shouldn't sign up, to sing.
>> Lastly, #5. the performers should give their tracks to the soundman,
>> before the show, so that all of the tracks can be put on one CD, that
>> way the performers can get on, and off the stage, and sing, within a
>> reasonable amount of time.
>> Blessings, Joshua
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