The show will go on! TeleMiracle, “Saskatchewan’s Charity”,is once again looking for Saskatchewan singers, dancers, bands and entertainers to audition for a chance to perform virtually this year on TeleMiracle 45, being held Feb. and 28, 2021, broadcast live on CTVthroughout Saskatchewan, and live streamed on telemiracle.com.
This year, performers will have the option of video submissions in addition to in-person auditions. For those who choose to audition in person, precautions will be in place to ensure proper social distancing for performers and volunteers.“
Audition weekend is a thrilling time for usand it’s especially exciting to accept both in-person and video auditions this year.” says Kinsmen Foundation Executive Director Richard Kies.“Auditions will be conducted with everyone’s safety in mind and our Producers are hoping to see a broad rangeof performers that spans the entire province.”
Talent and a passion for TeleMiracle are the main criteria, but performers are also chosen to represent a wide variety of communities across Saskatchewan.
"The Saskatchewan Talent that comes to the show always amazes me.It just goes to show how diverse, talented and amazing the people of Saskatchewan are," says Brian Angstadt, Chair of TeleMiracle 45. "To see how much our Saskatchewan talent raises, just goes to show how important TeleMiracle is to all the communities of this great province."
Anyone interested in auditioning for TeleMiracle can choose their audition time and register online at www.telemiracle.com or by calling the Kinsmen Telemiracle office at (306) 244-6400, extension 2 in Saskatoon, or toll free at 1-877-777-8979 extension 2. The deadline to applyfor in-person auditions in Regina is October 10, 2020 and for Saskatoon auditions,October 17, 2020. Apply early as there are a limited number of audition spots available. Video submissions will be accepted until October 24, 2020. Please register online at www.telemiracle.com, where you will find instructions to submit the video for your audition.
TeleMiracle is entering its 45thyear in 2021and the people of Saskatchewan need your help more than ever. Through the proceeds of this annual telethon, the Kinsmen Foundation is Helping People Every Day in Saskatchewan,to improve their independence and quality of life.The Foundation provides specialized mobility and medical equipment to people and organizations throughout the province, as well as travel assistance for residents in need of vital medical treatmentoutside their community.