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Fearless ICON Returns to UCPAC for Season Three

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RAHWAY, NJ - Returning for its third year, Fearless Icon is the Battle of the Best Musical Theater Voices in the State! Each week the judges and the audience will send two contestants to the semi-final that are being held in November. Elimination Rounds will be held at the UCPAC’s Hamilton Stage at 8 p.m. on Sept. 15, 22, Oct. 6, 13 and 20. The Hamilton Stage is located at 360 Hamilton Street in Rahway. Each night two singers will advance closer to the Grand Prize. The Semi-Final Round will take place at UCPAC’s Main Stage on Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. The UCPAC Main Stage is located at 1601 Irving Street in Rahway. The final five contestants will compete on Dec. 11 on the UCPAC Main Stage at 7 p.m. and at the end of the evening will have a New Fearless Icon!

Returning to the Judges Panel this year are Patrick Starega (director/choreographer) and Khy Garner (director/music director). This year we are incredibly excited to announce Mr. Richard Kline (Broadway: “City Of Angels”, National Tour: “Wicked”, Regional: “Chemin de Fer”, “Death of a Salesman” and “Love’s Labour’s Lost”) will be joining the Icon Team as the third judge. This year, RSI Bank has generously contributed a $2500 cash prize to the winner and, as always, the Icon will have their dream show produced (pending availability) by the Union County Performing Arts Center and Fearless Productions. 

If you are a fan of “America's Got Talent”, “The Voice” and “X-Factor”, then this event is like a live version in Rahway. Tickets are available at www.ucpac.org. If you are interested in following your favorite contestant through to the Final Five, a package deal is available to see all seven events for $45.

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