SATURDAY 2/9: Free Talent Show at Palace Theatre

“I Played the Palace”: At 7 p.m. Saturday, February 9, the stage of the Historic Palace Theatre in Cape Charles will be filled with a lighthearted, non-competitive show of talent as local singers, actors, dancers or poets perform on the stage.

The event is free. Hot paninis, soda, snacks, beer, and wine will be available for sale before, during and after the performances.

All are welcome to perform or watch from the red velvet seats in the auditorium.

There are 10 slots of 15 minutes each available for the performers. The microphone will be provided and performers are responsible for their own props, music and costumes.

Entertainers must register by February 7 at Arts Enter for this first time “I Played the Palace” night.

Melinda McPeek and Wayne Creed have volunteered to MC the evening, and local sound technician Brent Carpenter has also volunteered to help.

“We are excited about giving performers the opportunity to showcase their talent on a live stage in the beautiful art deco theatre complete with state of the art light and sound,” said Arts Enter Director Clelia Sheppard. “Hopefully this will the first night of many more where there is no admission and no competition”, she added. It will be a fun night for all.

To register, call 757-331-2787.

Arts Enter is at home in the Historic Palace Theatre as a non-profit fine and performing art center.




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