MENIFEE – It has been said that Menifee has talented people of all ages. On Friday, April 11 Arts Council Menifee is going to prove it.
Their Menifee’s Got Talent show will have performers ages 9 to 79, an extraordinary range. The youngest is Angelina Andreski. The most experienced is Edie Schmoll. And in the middle are other very impressive people, like dancer Autumn Jones and singer, songwriter and guitarist Stuart Young. Carey Pickford Jr., the Cool Juggler will be there too.
“The audience will be literally dazzled by one great act after another,” said Peter Thorwarth, vice president of Arts Council Menifee.
This extraordinary night of 24 or more acts will be at the large and well-equipped Heritage High School Theater, Route 74 at Briggs Rd. in Romoland. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Thorwarth says, “We’re thankful to the school district for allowing us to use this venue. It has great lights, sound and seating for up to 500 people. Friday, April 11 will be a night to remember, for both the performers and everyone in the audience.”