talent show

a theatrical show in which a series of usually amateur or aspiring singers, dancers, comedians, instrumentalists, etc., perform in the hope of gaining recognition.
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She looked great, physically, although her performance couldn't have won a high school talent show.
If you have a group trying to raise money for a trip, hold a talent show at your church or a local gym.
Grease has always been, in essence, a high school talent show dressed up as a musical comedy.
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