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CHS to Broadcast Virtual Variety Show Nov. 5, 7, 8

First published on 26 October 2020 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

The School District of Chilton’s Engler Center for the Performing Arts is bringing the theater to you with their first-ever virtual show “Chilton's Got Talent 2020 — A Virtual Variety Show for All!”

The show features a variety of acts that will include talent from our very own Chilton High School students and staff.

“You will enjoy singing, dancing, instrumental performances, skits and improv comedy all in one show,” Jenie Farrell, director of the Engler Center for the Performing Arts, said. “It's sure to make you proud of our community!”

“Chilton's Got Talent 2020 — A Virtual Variety Show for All!” will be broadcast to viewers at home on Thursday, November 5, and Saturday, November 7, at 6:00 p.m. as well as Sunday, November 8, at 1:00 p.m.

Tickets are available to purchase online at for $6.00 through November 1, and then will go up to $8.00 on November 2. You only need to purchase one ticket per device. So if your family is watching on a TV or computer, you only need to purchase one ticket.

“It’s really entertaining, there's a lot of good laughs, it's good to support school organizations, and you get to see all of the great talent and hard work our students are putting in despite COVID,” said senior Sara Ray, a performer in the show.

The show is being created and produced by the Engler Center for the Performing Arts Student Leadership team, a new student organization at CHS that provides spaces for students to learn and grow in various areas of theater and to promote the importance of the performing arts within our schools and our community.

“We all know the mental wellness that comes along with extracurriculars for our students as well as events for us and our community,” Farrell said. “So it was incredibly important to figure out how we march forward and bring education and entertainment to you all through the performing arts.”

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jenie Farrell at (920) 489-2880 or

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