Talent comes in all shapes and sizes. If I learned one thing from “America’s Got Talent Live” at The Palazzo, it is that.
Based upon the popular NBC talent program, “America’s Got Talent,” the show displays numerous live-performance acts in an intimate setting.
“America’s Got Talent Live” does not use an emcee, but instead focuses on the acts themselves, which leads to almost seamless transitions between the acts.
There is no downtime during the show. During the times that there is a break between the acts, the audience is treated to videos of the performers during their times on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”
Some of the highlights of the show include the Olate Dogs, comedian Tom Cotter, Lightwire Theatre, Joe Castillo’s sand art and the music of thirteen-year old Anna Graceman.