Talent Machine Performance Features Young Broadneck Stars
Seven Broadneck-area youths will be in an upcoming play at St. John's College.
The Talent Machine Company will be performing the original production of The Talent Machine, featuring seven young Broadneck faces.
The following information comes from a press release issued to Patch by The Talent Machine Company.
Broadneck youths Colleen Coleman, Layne Seaman, Gabe Needle, Lilly West, Reilly Koebel, Samantha Esterling and Jasmine Caffee will be in the play.
The Talent Machine is a musical story about growing up, gaining confidence, and being proud of who you are.
A group of kids, who with the help of their coach, learn to appreciate the results that hard work can bring. The show contains many song and dance numbers, which showcase the cast’s talent, energy, and enthusiasm.
The production will be performed by a cast of 37 talented children from all over the region, aged 7-14.
The show will run July 6–8 and July 12-15 and will be held at St. John’s College Key Auditorium in Annapolis. Tickets are available at the door or online at www.talentmachine.com or by calling 410-956-0512.