"Johnson County's Got Talent." That's the name of the variety show and the proof will be evident this weekend at the Buffalo High School Auditorium as performers of all types entertain the crowds all to benefit Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice.
Music, stand-up comedy, acting, and singing will be performed in the format of the “America's Got Talent” TV show, featuring talent from here in northeast Wyoming.
Marcy Schueler is this year's organizer, and she said the bi-annual show has been a Buffalo favorite for a number of years.
Schueler describes what to expect at the show.
Schueler said during the show there will be a tribute to Hospice and those involved in the program.
The show will be performed Friday and Saturday, January 28th and 29th with the curtain going up at 7 pm. A musical introduction will begin at 6:30 by David Romtvedt and friends.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors 55 and older and kids 12 and under and are available at all banks in Buffalo, the Chamber of Commerce or from Hospice.
Volunteers are what make a show like this work, Schueler said, and she is amazed at the people involved.