Fort Saskatchewan's finest electrified the Shell Theatre stage.
A shorter list of acts led to better performances at Fort's Got Talent on Saturday night (Feb.17).
"It was an amazing night. In the past we have had between 24-27 acts and this year, we had 20. Which meant every performer had a bit more time to do an extra number and to focus on their performance in front of the audience," said Stuart McGowan, Fort's Got Talent executive producer.
The range of acts included dancers, musicians, singers and ventriloquists.
"The feedback that we were getting in between and at intermission time was absolutely wonderful. People were enjoying the show and loved the variety," added McGowan.
"I had an amazing time. I had watched Fort's Got Talent from the audience the past two years and this year, I was able to see it from a different perspective and be involved in it. It was absolutely fantastic, I've never experienced anything like it before," said performer Stephanie Walsh.
Some of the other performers were Chris Hammer, Makaela St. Thomas, Brian Healey, Anika Hipson, Vann-Gerow, Stuart & Mac, Sunshine Generation Fort Saskatchewan, Brian Walsh, Frank Langford, Blizzard Cloggers, Dave Keenan, Kearsten Johnston, Kylee Pepper, Only The Brave, Kelly Thompson, Jessie, Ashley Balaneski, Iesha Haas, Jada Dunn and Rumbleseat.
Over 250 people were in attendance for the 11th annual event put on by the Sheeptown Players Drama Society.
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