Auditions for "The Search" for the Next New Singing Sensation is Underway! Over $20,000.00 dollars in cash and Prizes.

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"The Search" is a nationwide talent contest created to enhance the nation's awareness of Heart Disease, Diabetes and Breast Cancer.

This nationwide talent competition was created to enhance the nation's awareness of Heart Disease, Diabetes and Breast Cancer through a series of fun and exciting events. A portion of the proceeds will benefit each. We're looking for vocalists with a personal connection to these diseases to participate; however this is an open competition. Each Adult Grand Prize winner will receive $3,000 and second place winner will get $1,500, and each Junior Grand Prize winner will receive $1,500 and second place winner in the Junior Division will get $750 There will be six preliminary rounds and one championship round. Each preliminary round will have two divisions.

Adult Division 1:

Category A: 18-25

Category B: 26-44

Category C: 45+

Junior Division 2:

Category A: 9-12

Category B: 13- 17

Two finalists will be chosen from each category of Divisions 1. Division 2 will have three finalists from each category with a total of 12. The audience will vote for their favorite vocalist, rappers/poets in each category with the grand prize winners of each preliminary round flying back to Chicago for the Final Competition. A member of the theater audience will receive a round-trip airfare ticket to a destination of their choice in the continental United States, hotel accommodations included. The six preliminary rounds are as follows:

Location     Theme

Milwaukee     Gospel Songs

Washington DC Departed Legends

Boston, MA     Songs of the 80's

Dubuque, IA    Tribute to Female Artists

New Orleans    Dance Party

Las Vegas, NV Elton John

Send in a tape or DVD of yourself singing or rapping (accapella only), with your Name, Address, Age, E- mail Address and what show you're auditioning for to:

The Search

2117 20th St

Zion, IL 60099

All entries must be received by December 31, 2005.

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