MORRISTOWN, NJ - Each February fans come from near and far to watch amateur acts of all ages compete in the Morris Education Foundations amateur talent night. Competitors will face a panel of professional judges including Jeff Friday, the founder and CEO of Film Life, Inc., Jill Abramovitz, a Broadway actress and Morristown High School alum, Jane Stuart, an acclaimed jazz vocalist and Rio Clemente, a master jazz pianist. 

Tara Bernie, Emmy-nominated Senior Producer of Access Hollywood and proud Morris School District parent will again emcee the event. 

The Morris Education Foundation, which supports the students in the Morris School District has announced the 15 finalists for the February 24 event. The finalists are:

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Amber Alyse; Singing

Anastasia and The Pit; Band

Dan Baldan; Singing with guitar

JP & Allyson; Dance

Gainsboro; Acoustic Duo

James Gedeon;  Singing with guitar

Leah Humphrey; Singing with guitar

Charlotte MacMurray; Singing

Molly McDermott; Singing

OJ ; Dance

Julia Rangel; Singing                               

Sophisticated Steppers;  Drill/Dance Team

Truly Brave; Singing Duet

Uke-A-Likes; Music/Novelty

Joe Van Loon; Dance

Tickets go on sale February 1.