PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- PMT Productions, a Wesstchester-based non-profit community theatre organization, has announced 2015 auditions for its wildly popular Westchester Teen Idol competition.
Teen vocalists, between ages 13-19, are invited to join one of the county’s most exciting competitions of the last ten years. Auditions are slated for Saturday, Sept. 19 and Sunday, Sept. 20 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Irvington Town Hall Theatre.
All teens in the Westchester region are invited to participate, however, those wishing to compete are required to R.S.V.P for an audition appointment by calling (914) 402-4250 and registering online at pmtproductions.org.
As audition space is limited, those interested are encouraged to call and reserve an audition space as soon as possible. Each participant will also be required to pay a $40 audition fee, and be available to perform for the 2015 competition finale concert, which will take place at the Irvington Town Hall Theatre on the evening of Saturday, Nov. 14.
The two emcees for the evening will be well known radio personality Kacey Morabito of WHUD FM and Peter Kramer, entertainment editor of The Journal News. Celebrity judges include Broadway star John Treacey Egan (“The Producers”) and other leading music industry professionals to be announced.
The finale concert will be judged by a panel of three celebrity judges, who have experience in the entertainment industry. As part of the evening’s program, these industry insiders share their experiences with the young people and offer advice.
Past judges for the Westchester Teen Idol have included pop star Jesse McCartney, Carol Demas (The Magic Garden), Jimmy Tate (Jelly’s Last Jam), John Treacy Egan, and many others. Whether or not they ultimately win the competition, all entrants will experience a unique event they can include on their resumes.
Additional information can be obtained by visiting www.pmtproductions.org
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