- Information if you are one of the following:
- Listeners -
If you cannot get the broadcast (e.g. because you are out of
the area) or you want to listen to prior shows, call us for a
- Guests - As
described at the right, we have about 10 guests per show (average
of 4 minutes each). There are a wide variety of performances
including reading and telling stories, singing songs and performing
music, reading and discussing other writings including poetry,
novels, etc., telling jokes, performing skits, etc.
- Sponsors -
Contact us for pertinent info about time and cost and the type
of sponsorships. Many sponsors are also guests on our show and
have the opportunity to share information with our other guests,
as well as radio listeners, in a friendly fun atmosphere, thus
enabling a better advertising message and effect.
- About The SeniorMusings Talent Shows
- We believe that seniors are talented and
gifted, each with different talents and gifts, and that by sharing,
everyone benefits! What better way than to have variety talent
shows at which seniors can showcase themselves and have fun!
- To date we have had 2 talent shows, each
a big success, and we plan to have more. If you are interested
in becoming involved in the next show as a performer, guest,
sponsor, or media representative, please call us at 914.381.2727
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Here is the information about the 2 shows to stimulate
you to act.
- 1. Cafe Mozart Senior Musings Talent Show
- Great time had by all! Packed restaurant/club.
Dance routines. Lots of singing. Story-telling. Poetry. Jokes.
Microphone trophies given to category winners. Over 20 seniors
peformed and six non-seniors performed senior-related material.
- a. Click here for the detailed newspaper article written
by Abigail Beal which appeared on page 8 of Friday's 6/22/2001
"The Times" local section of The Journal News.
- b. Click
here for flyer about the Talent Show which was circulated throughout
- c. Click
here for the enrollment form which were filled out by entrants
- 2. Hugh A. Doyle Senior Center's Talent
Show, hosted by Frank Sisco and participated by Senior Musings
certain regular guests (e.g. Jean Busatti, Edgar Caruana, Hal
Witcliffe, Vinny Dunn) on 6/21/2001
- Over 120 seniors watched and sang and clapped
along! Over 15 performers, including a dance couple (Jack and
Mary, each 90 years old), singers, piano players, story tellers,
comedy skit writer and perfomers, jokes, etc. Sister Miriam Peppin
did a wonderful job in organizing the event and even performed
herself. Jack and Mary did the chacha and rumba on 6/21. The
prior week they did the waltz as part of the Senior Prom that
the Hugh A. Dolye Senior Center sponsored. Below is a photo of
them as appeared in the Standard Star (part of The Journal News)
on 6/22/2001. The talent show ended with everyone joining in
to sing God Bless America.