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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Lisbon LCS Talent Show May 1‏


 Members of the Talent Show ensemble at Lisbon Community School take a break from rehearsal to strike a pose for the traveling Greyhound Pride camera.  The eighth annual show is scheduled for Friday, May 1.  The event is open to the public.  Pictured (left to right)  Back row: Laurie Cincotta, Ehric Kettelhut, McKenzie Ventry, Emily Leavitt, Alivia Weikel, Addisen Turcotte, Erica Hill, Abaigeal Lucas, Journey Deming, Grace Braley, Megan Belanger, Miranda Saucier, Amelia Mooney, Ann Morrill, Donna Rimiller.  Middle row:  Paige Garrison, Wyatt Perron, Sean Moore, Caroline White, Katie Tibbetts, Sarah Pitcher, Amanda Dall, Sophia McFadden, Sarah Charest, Reese McAtee.  Front row:  Benjamin Shambarger, Aidan Laviolette, Madyson Ramsey, Ethan Brown, Elijah Martin, Caleb Phillips, Annika Golino, Kristen Lane, Lillian Barbay, Ainslie Albert, Vanessa Brown, Abby Cunningham.  Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime.

Lisbon- Stars will be shining on the stage at Lisbon Community School (LCS) on Friday, May 1 as members of the fifth grade classes present the annual Talent Show.  Drama Coach, Laurie Cincotta, is proud to announce the upcoming production thanks to the generosity of local sponsors, the LCS PTO and Coca Cola.  Donna Rimiller, Assistant Drama Coach, worked with Cincotta and students along with Henry Eichman, Angel Tibbetts, Ann Morrill, Betty Fogg and Monica Millhime.  “A special thanks to our fifth grade teachers and students,” shares Cincotta.  “Thanks to their assistance, along with the support from numerous LCS Parents, Candace Barrett, Jonathan Carsley, Amanda Eustis, the LCS Secretaries,  Administration, Custodians and the anonymous donation of refreshment goodies from the Candy Men, our eighth year production is bound to be a huge success.”   

Seventeen acts are scheduled for the evening. Abby Cunningham and Ehric Kettlehut will serve as the MCs for the first half of the program.   The opening act will feature teachers, Melissa Martin and Sarah Morris, History of Hip Hop Dance; followed by performances by Benjamin Shambarger with his violin playing Everything is Awesome; Ainslie Albert singing Roar by Alex G; Sophia McFadden performing Caisson March on her trombone; Lillian Barbay singing Impossible by Shontelle;  Amelia Mooney on flute will perform Sawmill Creek; Addisen Turcotte will be dancing to Summer Cheering Mix; Vanessa Brown and Sarah Charest will perform a duet singing White Horse by Taylor Swift; Emily Leavitt and Alivia Weiket will perform a skit to the Duck Song.  Students will join together with a group song of I Lived by One Republic, followed by a brief intermission.  Erica Hill and Miranda Saucier will serve as MCs introducing the remaining talent routines starting with Grace Braley and Annika Golino dancing to Girls Just Wanna’ Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper; Abaigeal Lucas, Sarah Pitcher and Caroline White will sing Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran; Aidan Laviolette and Elijah Martin will join voices in performing Eye of the Tiger by Survivor; Katherine Tibbetts will dance her way through It’s Always You by Every Witch Way; Journey Deming and Kristen Lane with perform Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts; Reese McAtee, Amelia Mooney and Acadia Rugullies with dance to the Christina Perri song Human.  A grand final will feature the entire cast performing Centuries by Fall Out Boys.  Scenery for the event was designed by Victoria Worden with assistance from students Megan Belanger, Ethan Brown, Amanda Dall, Paige Garrison, Sophia McFadden, Sean Moore, Wyatt Perron, Caleb Phillips, Madyson Ramsey and McKenzie Ventry.

Curtain time is 6 p.m. in the LCS Cafetorium, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon.    The event is open to the public and donations are welcomed at the door.  FMI contact Laurie Cincotta Visit Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools on FaceBook for the latest programs and events.  FMI on community partnership and volunteer opportunities call 754.0021 or email

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