The Rogers State University President’s Leadership Class will host its annual “RSU’s Got Talent” at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 13 in the Will Rogers Auditorium on RSU’s Claremore Campus, 1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
The talent show is free and open to the public.
“RSU’s Got Talent” will feature performances by RSU students including musical acts, magic displays, stand-up comedy and dancing. Emcees Zach Coker of Tulsa, Andrew Robinson of Nowata, Okla., Chad Littlejohn of Stillwell, Okla., and Casey Allison of Wagoner, Okla., will guide the audience through the different acts with a fun, 90s theme.
Awards will be given for best of show and crowd favorite. A panel of judges will name the first place act. The audience will choose the crowd favorite by putting donations into jars labeled for the performers. The act that receives the largest donation amount will win. PLC will donate all proceeds to benefit student programs at RSU.
“We are excited for the sixth annual ‘RSU’s Got Talent’,” said Megen Richardson, PLC president. “This is one of our favorite events and it will be great to see all of our hard work pay off with a fun night.”
For more information, contact Carolyn Taylor, PLC advisor, at 918-343-7627 or [email protected].