Auditions set for performers for Pioneer Library System programs in Oklahoma

Performers interested in entertaining children, teens and/or adults at the Pioneer Library System's branch libraries in Cleveland, Pottawatomie and McClain counties can register for an audition in October.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: August 28, 2013
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The Pioneer Library System has issued a call to find talented, regional performers who are interested in entertaining and educating audiences in hometown libraries.

Those interested are invited to participate in a Presenters Showcase from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 17 and 18 at the Noble Public Library, 204 N 5th St. Presenters for children's programs will audition Oct. 17. Those interested in entertaining teens or adults will be scheduled for Oct. 18.

If selected to participate, each presenter will have a 15-minute time slot to give an informational performance. The audience will include Pioneer Library System librarians, as well as librarians from other systems, schools and recreation centers.

All applicants are expected to have some previous experience with audiences in schools, libraries or similar venues. Several performers who participated in this year's summer reading program and are scheduled for the 2014 summer reading program were selected based on auditions held last year.

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