The annual GSU's Got Talent Show is BACK and accepting applications until Friday, 9/29.
Get ready to be impressed, because one of the most highly anticipated events of the year is just around the corner!
Modeled after the iconic television series, America’s Got Talent, Spotlight Programs Board’s annual talent show, GSU’s Got Talent, allows students to showcase their talents and gifts through a unique, enjoyable, and inspiring process. From the moment the curtains rise, you'll be transported into a world of pure entertainment put on by your fellow students.
With acts ranging from soulful singing to jaw-dropping dance moves and more, this year's show is bound to be an absolute sensation. Mark your calendars now for Wednesday, October 4 at 7 p.m. and plan to get there early as this is always a sold-out event. Students must show their PIN Event Pass for entry. Due to the high interest, performer guests will only be permitted with prior approval.
A brief summary of the rules is below. The full guidelines and application can be found on the PIN form. The application closes on Friday, September 29.
Rules and Regulations (not comprehensive)
- There will be a total of 10 acts that will perform.
- Each performance will have a limit of 5 minutes.
- Each performance will be allotted a 1-minute grace period for setup of props, etc.
- Performances that exceed the time limit by more than 1 minute will be disqualified from the competition.
- All participants of Georgia State’s Got Talent must be current Georgia State University students.
- An individual student may perform in or direct as many Georgia State’s Got Talent acts as desired.
- There will be NO VULGARITY or PROFANITY allowed. Failure to adhere to this will result in immediate disqualification.
- No more than ten (10) people are allowed to perform at one time.
- At no time will costumed performers be allowed in the audience or lobby of The Rialto during the performance of Georgia State’s Got Talent and should remain in the backstage area.
- After the final act performs, the audience will determine the winner through a voting platform.
- Judges will be giving feedback after each performance but will not be determining the winner.
- Due to the high level of interest, all acts will be reviewed through auditions submissions.
- Submissions should not exceed 5 minutes.