coordinator of Student Activities, Nebraskan Student Union, 308.865.839
Dancing, singing and magic will be part of the student FAME Talent Show at the University of Nebraska at Kearney on Thursday, March 10.
The talent show will be at 7 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room, which is located on the second floor of the Nebraskan Student Union.
“In the past, we have had a number singing acts both in groups and solos,” said Heather Wolf, UNK student activities coordinator. “Different types of dancing, ranging from hip hop to Irish step dancing, have been performed. We’ve even had acts like sign language to music and rubrics cube solving.”
Group and single performances will compete for monetary prizes. Group performance prizes for first, second and third place are $300, $200 and $100, respectively. Single performance prizes for first, second and third place are $200, $150 and $50, respectively.
“Loper Programming and Activities Council hosts this event annually to showcase all the different types of talent that UNK students have,” Wolf said. FAME is free and open to the public.
UNK students participating are listed below, alphabetically by hometown, along with their respective talent. Single performances are listed first followed by group performances.
CURTIS– Brian Currie, singing/guitar
GOTHENBURG– Jacob Beck, singing/guitar
GRAND ISLAND– Phillip Zuehlke, vocal
IMPERIAL– Nick Talbott, singing/guitar
KEARNEY- Moses Moxey, vocal
LEXINGTON– Karina Alvaraz, dance, and Joel Montes, singing/guitar
LINCOLN– Spencer Wolf, magic
OMAHA– Matthew Wisch, turntable
SEWARD– Desiree Earnest, singing, and Kenny Stratton, singing/guitar
SUTHERLAND – Jennifer McCune, American Sign Language
OUT OF STATE
FLOWER MOUND– Cassie Shaw, singing
Fordudes ‘N A Chevy, singing a cappella
ALBION– Dustin McBride
ARAPAHOE– Aaron McCoy
IMPERIAL– Chevy Smith
KEARNEY– Josh Brummer and Matt Jensen
We Are This, singing/guitar and hand drum
PLAINVIEW– Justin Kluver
WILCOX– Ben Loschen
Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, stepping and strolling
LEXINGTON– Tanya Maloley
Japanese Dancers, dancing to Japanese music
JAPAN– Wataru Shiomitsu and Yasuhiko Suzuki