Rules and Regulations School Spirit Talent Show
Registrations are open to all high schools who want to perform in the show on February 10, 2019 in the quest to win their After Prom at Dave & Buster’s in Westlake
*** ANY TYPE OF PERFORMANCE YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO ***
1.Acts will be allotted no more than SIX-TEN (6-10) MINUTES to perform. Acts will be PENALIZED if time is exceeded. 2.Acts MUST contain ONLY ENROLLED STUDENTS OF THAT SCHOOL and of at least 5-10 students from the Class of 2019 and MUST have one only of a freshman, junior or sophmore. 3.Participants may only perform ONE time during the show. Any participant who participates in more than one performance will disqualify BOTH acts. 4.NO profanity or vulgar lyrics in any vocal performance or dance music. This is a family show!!! 5.NO nudity allowed! Keep attire at a respectable and tasteful level. NO alcohol, tobacco, or drug advertisements are to be shown on any clothing. 6.NO pyrotechnics, open flames or any other dangerous additions. 7.A Sound Technician and microphone(s) will be provided. Acts MUST provide their own recorded music, instruments, props, etc., if needed. Recorded music MUST be on a CD or USB flash drive in an acceptable format (i.e. MP3 or WAV file). 8.The talent show director or representative thereof must attend one rehearsal and meet with all members of the team 9.The scores will be tallied up at the end top percentage depending on the number of high schools registered will move on to the finale on February 17th at Dave & Buster’s in Westlake. If you move on to the finale, you must have a new talent, no more again than 5-10 minutes long with the same team members. The top three high schools will be announced at the end of the program on February 17th but must return to Dave & Buster’s EDU Open House on March 14, 2019 to be recognized . All high schools are invited to the Dave & Buster’s EDU Open House.
10.All students must return a completed and signed Talent Show Participation Form with registration fee ($20 per team member) by January 15th. Sorry, no exceptions.
NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE TO THESE RULES! Rules are subject to change at the sole discretion of the Talent Show organizers.
Talent Show Judging Criteria
Judging will be based on the following criteria (60 point maximum):
Overall Performance (1-20): ________ Audience Response (1-10): +________ Stage Appearance (1-10): +________ Originality (1-10): +________
Personality (1-10): +________ Total: ________ *Time Deduction: –________ Overall Total: ________
*NOTE: 5 points will be automatically deducted if performance time exceeds time allotted.
MEET YOUR JUDGES:
Danielle Wiggins Born, raised and educated in Northeast Ohio, Danielle Wiggins is the morning traffic reporter
and anchor of the Live on Lakeside news segments at WKYC. Danielle also contributes stories she writes, shoots
and edits to both WKYC's digital and on-air content. In addition to her daily TV responsibilities, Danielle was also
the co-creator, host and producer of the station’s "Rising" initiative. "Rising" told the stories of people in Northeast
Ohio who have overcome obstacles to achieve success and are inspiring others to do the same.
Zach Dickey is formerly the Special Events Consultant for Dave & Buster's Cleveland and currently is the Senior
Corporate Sales Manager for the Louisville Dave & Buster's. Zach firmly believes promoting diversity and a strong
community as a path way to success. In Cleveland, he helped to increase Dave & Buster's involvement in local
philanthropies, created the Grades for Games scholastic achievement program, and partnered with Darlafoxx to
facilitate a anti-bullying campaign competition with the grand prize of an after-prom event at Dave & Buster's
Cleveland. Zach loves pop culture, music, television, and art.
Jackie Bertolette Becoming Editor In Chief at Haute Ohio Magazine was a natural progression for Jackie Bertolette.
With decades of experience as Fashion/Editorial Photographer, Fashion Designer, Graphic Designer and most recently
Model Manager, Jackie has spent her entire professional career in fashion, music and the visual arts. The founding of
Haute Ohio Magazine is the fruition of her dream to work at a fashion magazine but she could never have imagined that
it would be one that she launched! As that magazine's popularity increases, she has added Ohio Fashion Week to her list
of companies and now produces it's black tie fashion gala, The Upper Echelon Runway. Both Haute Ohio Magazine and
OHFW focuses on Ohio and Midwest fashion industry talent and their mission is to offer a platform for our world class
talent to be showcased.
Sheharah McIver was born and raised in Erie, Pa. She attended Kent University where she earned a bachelor’s in
Exercise Physiology and an MBA. She currently has her own business as a personal trainer and wellness coach
and enjoys transforming lives. She is the mother of a beautiful daughter who is already beginning to walk in her
mother’s footsteps of being a model and an actress. Sheharah has walked in several runway shows, been principle
talent in several commercials, as well as the Lead for an upcoming web series. Sheharah is also a bodybuilder and
has been competing for 5 years. Her hobby as a bodybuilder has recently lead her into stunt work. Her goal is to
continue to uplift and encourage individuals to lead a healthy lifestyle in mind, body, and spirit.
American model who is best known for America’s Next Top Model Cycle 22; she was one of the 9 finalists.
She currently has over 30,000 followers on IG and over 6,000 followers on Twitter. She has said that she was
very sheltered growing up and that her mother taught her to be caring.