2021 Tri-State's Got Talent Winner
Congratulations to our Tri-State’s Got Talent winner, Caylin Schwartz!
Caylin is a featured act in The Really Big Show 2022!
Thank you to everyone who submitted an act. Each performer did an excellent job!
You can view the exceptional talent featured in the 2021 Really Big Show by clicking the button below.
Tri-State's Got Talent FAQ's
Auditions are open to individual and group acts of all ages and abilities.
Tri-State’s Got Talent and The Really Big Show are family-friendly events. Singing, dancing, skits, stand-up comedy, acrobatics, juggling and everything in between are gladly welcomed. You are encouraged to be mindful of our audience.
All auditions must be submitted electronically. Video submissions can be an MP4 file or a YouTube video link. Submissions should be emailed to Cinda Phillips at email@example.com.
We ask that all audition videos remain under two minutes. Longer videos will be accepted; however, we cannot guarantee they will be viewed in their entirety.
Please fill out the Tri-State’s Got Talent Registration & Release Form for each member of the performing group prior to submitting your audition.
At the beginning of your video, please state your name or group’s name and what city you’re from (loud enough that it can be heard on camera). You do not have to be a resident of the Tri-State; however, if you win, you will be asked to perform in the 2022 Really Big Show.
Remember to have fun! Smile, do YOUR best, and have a good time making your video!
The 2021 Tri-State’s Got Talent Winner will have the opportunity to be included in the 2022 Really Big Show on Saturday, February 12th, 2022.
The Tri-State’s Got Talent participants and winner will receive no monetary compensation.
Judges will include staff from The Arc of Evansville and The Really Big Show’s Creative Team.
Contestants will be ranked on a 1-5 scale in the following categories: Quality, Uniqueness, and Appropriateness for The Really Big Show. Final tallies will be totaled together to determine a winner.