Gleeful Teen Idols take theatre during fair
MYRTLE POINT — Bay Area Teen Idol Contestants will perform joviality versions of today’s hits and yesterday’s favorites when a foe binds a third opening during a Coos County Fair during 6 p.m. today.
Eleven contestants will contest during a satisfactory belligerent after dual were separated final week.
Director Stephanie Kilmer says a satisfactory provides a opposite venue for a competitors and several hurdles that an indoor venue doesn’t have.
‘Contestants contingency understanding with many distractions and outside noises though still bond with a judges and a audience.”
The assembly will watch a two-hour uncover that will underline nation songs and ‘Glee” versions of hits, including ‘Mercy,” ‘Landslide,” and songs from Queen and Journey.
Last week, Josh Kimble and Anna Pedro of Coos Bay were separated from a foe after behaving a strain for a record throng of 400.
First-time competitor Haley DeAndrea perceived a station acclaim for her opening of Whitney Houston’s Classic ‘I Will Always Love You.” Returning competitor Ally Putas also achieved another Houston hit, ‘Run to You.” Coos Bay’s Quentin Kirk achieved an Elvis medley.
Bay Area Teen Idol is Coos County’s premiere outspoken foe for Coos County residents 13-18 years old. The foe teaches theatre presence, self-respect and other skills while contestants contest vocally for a esteem package valued during some-more than $2,000. It is sponsored by Bay Area Together for Youth, a Commission on Children and Families, Fred Meyer, and K-DOCK Radio and partners who assistance keep costs low.
Admission tonight is enclosed in a cost of acknowledgment fair, that is giveaway until 3 p.m.
For sum about Bay Area Teen Idol, revisit www.bayareateenidol.com or join their Facebook page. The foe earnings to North Bend Community Center on Wednesday, Aug. 1.