Kids from Wisconsin on the road again to Plymouth


ALEX TURICIK Plymouth ALEX TURICIK Plymouth Plymouth Arts Center is proudly presenting The Kids from Wisconsin “Head Out on the Highway” at the Plymouth High School Auditorium, 125 Highland Avenue, Plymouth on Friday, June 23 at 7 p.m.

A free afternoon outreach program, “Realize Your Dream,” for children ages 7-13 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. will also be presented. Pre-registration is required.

In their 49th season, the KFW will perform for more than 120,000 people across Wisconsin and the Midwest, with great entertainment by some of Wisconsin's most talented performers ages 15-20.

The revue is produced in collaboration with some of the best writers, arrangers, and choreographers in the country. The Kids perform a diverse repertoire of musical entertainment for audiences of all ages, including the American favorites, big band, 50s-80s classics, Motown, country, Broadway and current top hits, filling a two-hour, fully -staged performance.


BRIDGET BULLARD Kohler BRIDGET BULLARD Kohler For tickets visit the Plymouth Arts Center Box Office at 520 E. Mill St. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., go online to www.plymoutharts.org, or call (920) 892-8409. Reserved tickets in advance and at the door are: $11 for ages 18 and under; $16 for adults; (tax included.)

The Plymouth High School Box Office will open at 6 p.m. (one hour before showtime).

For disability accommodations, call the Plymouth Arts Center office. More information on the Kids from Wisconsin can be found on their website: www.kidsfromwisconsin.org.

It is a privilege and honor to any community and its arts program to have a student be chosen to take part in the professional performance experience of a KID.

Alex Turicik, a second-year hometown KID from Plymouth will be joined by Bridget Bullard, a performance student from Kohler, who will celebrate her hometown show in Plymouth along with Alex.

The Plymouth Show is sponsored by: The Sartori Co., Masters Gallery, Sargento, Kathy and Paul Sartori, and Bank First National. PAC’s Media Sponsor is 1420 AM the Breeze and 91.3 FM the Message Radio Stations.

Turicik is thrilled to be joining KIDS for his second season as guitarist. He will be a junior at Plymouth High School in the fall where he performs with groups such as Jazz I and Momentum Show Choir. He also performs with the UW-Sheboygan Jazz Band, Generations Big Band, the Sheboygan Theater Company pit band, and with his father in their group, The FlamingOs, on guitar and trombone. He thanks his musical mentors Paul Sucherman, Jason Sebranek, and Mike Slupski for sharing their wisdom as he prepares for another summer on the road.

Bridget Bullard recently completed her freshman year at Kohler High School. At 15, she is the youngest member of the troupe. Her friends and family can attest to her love of musical theater as she is forever singing between classes, in the shower and on every stage she can find. This spring, on a choir trip to New York, she ran out on the empty Radio City Musical Hall stage to belt out a few notes. Her favorite performances have been as Louisa in The Sound of Music, Baby June in Gypsy and as Godmother in Cinderella.

The Kids from Wisconsin invite community youth to share in their love of performing with a free afternoon outreach program. This free program is an opportunity for youngsters and youth groups to get a taste of life as a performer.

KIDs troupe members “pay it forward” by teaching performance skills and tools that can be carried into daily life. These young people will:

• Work with a “KID mentor”

• Receive instruction in dance, instrumental/choral and technical through mini workshops

• Q&A

• Perform a segment of the current show alongside a mentor

• More experienced youth will receive audition tips.

Those interested in attending are encouraged to pre-register through the Kids From Wisconsin website: http://www.kidsfromwisconsin.org/info/tour, click on the June 23 date on the calendar.


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