The envelope, please.
Nearly 100 performers turned out this month to vie for a spot in the sixth-annual Morristown's Got Talent—the annual fundraiser for the Morris Educational Foundation. But, only a select few would be able to move on to the big show on Feb. 27 at the Mayo Performing Arts Center.
On Friday, 16 finalists were named to compete for the top prize of $1,000, as well as for the admiration and praise of the regularly-sold out event.
- Jonathan Aloba - Dance
- Bellydance Revolution - Dance
- Carlos Castellano - Vocal
- Dance Innovations Performance Foundation - Dance
- Melanie Della Peruti - Dance
- Kaitlyn Gallagher & Band - Band
- Josh Klein & The Legends - Band
- Robie Loeser - Vocal
- Chuck Levy – Vocal
- Katherine Merwin and Julia Cipriani – Vocal and Instrumental Duet
- Julia Rangel, Nina Rangel & Caty Tsang – Vocal and Instrumental Trio
- Room 4 Three - Band
- Danielle Schussel - Instrumental
- Molly Sibona - Instrumental
- Sofia, Arthur and Isabella Wawrzyniak - Vocal
- Kat Zangari - Vocal
A press event for the 16 performers is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Jan. 5 at Morristown High School.