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Deadline fast approaching: February auditions set for 2017 “Kids From Wisconsin” troupe

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Kids from Wisconsin

Auditions are set for February for the 2017 “Kids From Wisconsin” season.

The Kids From Wisconsin show troupe has been entertaining audiences all over Wisconsin, the Midwest and the nation since the KIDS inaugural summer of 1969.

Following 17 days of training and learning the two-hour, Broadway-style production, this talented group of 20 vocalists/dancers and 13 instrumentalists will take to some great stages to perform up to 60 shows during the summer along with being featured at the Wisconsin State Fair.

Kids From Wisconsin is a non-profit performing arts program for talented youth ages 15-20.

This program is made possible with funds from sponsors, individual donations and foundations, including a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

A summer with the Kids From Wisconsin is one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences an aspiring young performer can have. Many alumni have gone on to successful careers in performance, music education and many other fields of endeavor, according to a statement from officials.

Below are details on the February 2017 auditions:

February 19 – Platteville (2-6pm) at UW-Platteville, Center for the Arts

February 24 – Eau Claire (4-6pm) at UW-Eau Claire, Haas Fine Arts Building

February 25 – Schofield (8-11:30am) at Mountain Bay Elementary School

February 25 – Green Bay (2-6pm) at UW-Green Bay, Studio Arts #1

February 26 – Milwaukee (10am-5pm) at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

NOTE: You must submit an application by January 9th, 2017. CLICK HERE to access the application.

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