[Perform-talk] If I presided over the talent show

Marion Gwizdala blind411 at verizon.net
Fri Jul 15 12:31:41 UTC 2011

    I actually enjoyed the corny jokes! I think it is part of dennis's 
style. I also like mixing it up between the ladies and the guys, as it adds 
diversity throughout. Door prizes are a great way to keep people in the room 
and give them an premium for being there. I really enjoyed this years show. 
It was one of the best I have ever been involved in. Oh, and thanks to 
Yamaha and the Guitar Center for sponsoring the event! Now, if the Guitar 
Center would throw in a Gibson j-200 as a raffle, I'd buy 100 tickets! 

Fraternally yours,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joshua Lester" <jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu>
To: "Performing Arts Division list" <perform-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Friday, July 15, 2011 12:50 AM
Subject: [Perform-talk] If I presided over the talent show

> 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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