Bands, singers, dancers, an acrobatic-wheel gymnast, a Michael Jackson-inspired performer, and more—all JHU faculty and staff—will take the stage on Monday, Dec. 11, for Hopkins' Got Talent, a new signature event benefiting the university's 2017 United Way campaign goal.
The idea is to put some "fun" into fundraising, and if you're part of the audience, you can cheer on your favorites and help decide which of the nine acts wins the $500 cash prize.
The event is set for 6 to 8 p.m. at the Peabody Institute.
Buy your tickets in advance for a discounted price of $5 instead of $10 at the door. Seating is limited, so pre-purchase is encouraged.
For more information about each act, go to the Hopkins' Got Talent page of the Work, Life and Engagement website.