WILLIAMSVILLE — The annual Newfane-Williamsville Talent Show will be Saturday, May 20 at 7PM in the Williamsville Hall, Dover Road, Williamsville.
A decades-old tradition in the small village off Route 30, a dozen miles northwest of Brattleboro, the show features a range of area performers, young and older. Among the acts this year will be Timson Hill School pre-schoolers; Bruce Rosow on classical guitar; David Roberts and Rob Hamm, vocalists; the Coynes, vocalists; Arik Clark, juggler; Chris Gray; vocalist; Ray and Lucinda Warren, dancers; Fred Lawrence, poet; Debbi Reed-Savory, actress; Fred Bacon, poet; Deb Feiner and Fred Homer, duo; Bahman Mahdavi and Gary Keiser, guitar and vocals; Johanna Gardner and Dan Dewalt, vocals and piano; Danny Brooks, song and story; Jason and Siena Sperling and students, vocals and instrumental; Breeze Verdant, foot drum, vocals, acoustic guitar; Annie Landenberger, vocalist; and Ned Phoenix and Marvin Bentley, The Barnstormers. Sound is by Breeze Verdant; lighting courtesy of the Rock River Players.
A few slots remain open: to sign up contact Johanna Gardner, Johannagardner@gmail.com.
Admission is by suggested donation of $5 or $15 per family. Refreshments will be available, also by donation. Proceeds will benefit both the Leland and Gray Players and the Williamsville Hall. For more information, contact Annie Landenberger, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-348-7156.