Auditions continue for ‘Anza Got Talent’ show set for April 4

People in front of a sign
The committee members, Annalisa Vesey, left, Piper Bell and Chairperson Krystal Castro, right, for the “Anza Got Talent” want anyone with a talent to come out and audition to be in the show. Anything from animal tricks to singing and dancing and all ages are welcome.

ANZA – The first audition was held for the upcoming talent show, “Anza Got Talent,” Sunday, Jan. 19, at the Red Schoolhouse in Minor Park in Anza. Six people came out to show their talent and practice the act they will perform, April 4.

High Country 4-H member and event chairperson Krystal Castro said she is so excited to have people come out and audition.

“We are inviting all ages to come out to showcase a talent,” Castro said. “We are having auditions so the performers can practice their act. We also want to make sure the act is appropriate for children, and we also need to time the act so the show can run in a timely manner.”

Castro said she wanted to do the show because it will be fun to see all the talented people that live in the community.

“I really want to bring the community together and make new friends,” she said.

The show is sponsored by High Country 4-H Club and is scheduled for Saturday, April 4, at 6 p.m. at the Anza Community Hall. Tickets for the show are $5.

Castro said the show is open to all types of performers, from magic acts to singing, but they must be appropriate for children of all ages.

The audition dates are Jan. 27, Feb. 2 and Feb. 9 at the Red Schoolhouse in Minor Park from 1-3 p.m.

The entry form can be obtained from local businesses Marketplace Cooperative or Lorraine’s Pet Supply, both located in Anza on state Route 371. To request an entry form, email Those interested in auditioning can also go to one of the auditions and fill out the entry form.

For more information about High Country 4-H Club, contact club leader Allison Renck at (951) 663-5452 or email at

Submitted by High Country 4-H Club.