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Teen dancers, musicians, singers wanted for Miami Beach LGBTQ Youth Performance Ensemble

From Arts at St. Johns:

If you know any Miami Beach teen performers, please share this information with them.

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ATTENTION: ALL MIAMI BEACH TEENAGE MUSICIANS,
DANCERS, AND SINGERS

Arts at St. Johns (ASJ) is looking for talented teenagers (13- 19) to make their presence known and their voice heard. 

This is a time for LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) youth and allied youth to have a performance platform to speak out and make a difference in the ongoing struggle for equality and acceptance in their families, communities and nation. 

ASJ has created the 1st ever Miami Beach LGBTQ Youth Performance Ensemble to showcase their voice, dance, & talent!It doesn't matter what's your race, gender, sexual orientation, or economic demographic. 

Every teenager from Miami Beach is welcome! 

The teens in this project will participate in the Miami  Beach Pride Parade and give their first performance at Miami Beach Pride -- all on April 15th, 2012!

Don't wait until it's too late!! Auditions will be Feb. 15th at 6pm at St. Johns on the Lake, 4760 Pine Tree Dr., Miami FL 33140.

Be prepared to sing, dance, or play your instrument and to tell us why this project means so much to you! Invite your talented friends too!

Rehearsals will start Feb. 17th in the evening!

For more details, check out "Arts at St. Johns Miami Beach Fan Page" on Facebook, "like us" and leave a comment/message -- or call Lloyd: 786-309-1275

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