Variety show proves that Menifee’s Got Talent

Hannah Butler, having appeared at the very first Menifee’s Got Talent, returns to its stage on May 5, performing an original tune. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
The annual Menifee’s Got Talent event showcasing singers, dancers and musicians from all genres, returned as an in-person event at Liberty High School’s performing arts theater on May 5. Hundreds of enthusiastic audience members were entertained by a wide variety of acts during the two-hour show presented by Arts Council Menifee.Singers were Gabby Nicoll, Joseph Luna Jr., Hannah Butler (with guitar), J.R. Ramos, Richard Ketcham, Christine Park and Charmaine Summers (duet), DeAndre Pullen, Audrey Woisin, Aryana Campos, Abishay Forys, David Mallery, Raymond Carpenter (with guitar), Daniella Moroz, Benjamin Cooper and Angela Mona.Pianists Aaron James Schaffer and Barbara Shawcroft tickled the ivories with an original composition and a standard, respectively. Lorena Hancock present
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