Shawntisha Bailey achieved a second place for her song, which was accompanied with a dance by Camryn Laidley
Artistic talent of all kinds was showcased at Wednesday’s Brookings-Harbor High School talent show, where students showed off their skills for a crowded auditorium of their peers and families.
The event, sponsored by the BHHS sophomore leadership class, was emceed by sophomore Daniel Paulsen, who kept the crowd laughing with a string of cheesy jokes worthy of the show’s theme, Saturday Night Live.
Violinist Avi Gaston accompanied performers during the evening but, on her third appearance, performed a solo to “Disconnect/Waiting for the Dawn.”
Youngsters between the ages of 10 and 20 gathered Saturday and Sunday and one by one brought their routines to the Rogue Playhouse stage to provide an hour-and-a-half of entertainment.
The Young People’s Variety Show — hosted by the Ellensburg Theater Company, produced by Valerie McGillivary and directed by Geri Kendall — included youth from Gold Beach and Brookings who performed in front of a packed house.