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FutureStars 2015 announces ticket sales  

Robbie Stephens and Sophie Kromis, Community High School students and winners of FutureStars 2014, dance to A Great Big World’s “Say Something” during last year's competition. The two choreographed the number themselves.

Robbie Stephens and Sophie Kromis, Community High School students and winners of FutureStars 2014, dance to A Great Big World’s “Say Something” during last year’s competition. The two choreographed the number themselves. Photo by Myra Klarman

When the Pioneer Theatre Guild presents FutureStars 2015, talented teens from all Ann Arbor public high schools will be singing, dancing, breaking, and rapping in front of an American Idol style panel of judges that includes teachers, alumni, and local celebrities.

The preliminary shows this year include “Movie Songs 2000-2015,” 107.1 Picks!,” “On Broadway Now,” and “MyTunes Now!”

The judges and the audience together will choose the three best numbers from each show to continue on to the final competition, where one performer will be named FutureStar 2015.

Last year, more than 5,700 people attended the FutureStars performances, with finals night selling out at 1,700.

 

Tickets may be available at the door one hour before each show, but because there is a good chance these shows will sell out, guests are encouraged to reserve their tickets for the preliminary shows and final competition at showtix4u.com beginning Jan. 7.

More information is available at <ptguild.org>

 

Preliminary competitions:

Tickets: All $10

  • Movie Songs 2000-2015 Friday, January 16th, 7 pm
  • 1 Picks! Friday, January 16th, 9:30 pm (students only)
  • On Broadway Now Saturday, January 17th, 7 pm
  • MyTunes Now Saturday, January 17th, 9:30 pm (students only)

 

Finals Competition:

Tickets: $15 (Adults), $10 (Students, 65+ Seniors)

  • Saturday, January 24th, 7:30 pm

 

 

 

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