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WOW Performing Arts Center Hosts AGI Entertainment’s Industry Bootcamp – South Carolina Edition: A Gateway to Success in Entertainment

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(Columbia, SC) – WOW and WOW Performing Arts Center is pleased to announce the eagerly anticipated Industry Bootcamp, a transformative event hosted in partnership with AGI Entertainment out of Atlanta, GA. Set to take place at The WOW Performing Arts Center (The PAC) in Columbia, this workshop offers aspiring singers, singing groups, dancers, and actors a unique opportunity to unlock their potential and embark on a journey towards success in the entertainment industry.

AGI Entertainment, a leading force in the entertainment sector headquartered in Atlanta, GA, is renowned for its dedication to nurturing talent and shaping stars. Spearheaded by Natarsha Garcia, Co-Founder & CEO, AGI Entertainment is committed to guiding individuals to actualize their dreams and achieve excellence in their craft. AGI has launched the careers of 100’s of artists including Celina Smith (Annie [Live] & Young Dylan), Jaylin Hill (Till) and singing duo Hello Sunday (The Voice) to name a few. AGI also represents Columbia’s own Arischa Conner who has had featured and lead roles on Dopesick, All American, Swagger, BMF and The Christmas Ringer which have aired on Hulu, Paramount, CW, BET & Fox and more.

The Industry Bootcamp caters to individuals ages 7 and up of all skill levels who harbor aspirations of breaking into the entertainment industry. Whether you’re a seasoned performer or just starting out, this immersive experience promises to provide invaluable insights, practical training, and networking opportunities to propel your career forward.

The Bootcamp will be broken into two parts and will conclude with a showcase displaying the knowledge and skills learned over the course of the workshop.:

Spring Break Workshop: April 1-5 (10am – 4pm), tailored for youth ages 7-17, providing a fun and educational environment for young talents to develop their skills under the guidance of industry professionals.

Weekend Intensive: April 5-7, designed for adults 18+, offering a comprehensive curriculum covering various aspects of the entertainment industry, including performance techniques, audition preparation, and industry insights.

“We are thrilled to partner with our friend Natarsha Garcia and AGI Entertainment to bring this transformative Industry Bootcamp to South Carolina,” said Tangie Brickhouse-Beaty, Founder and CEO of WOW Productions and WOW Performing Arts Center. “This event serves as a gateway for individuals with aspirations in the entertainment industry to hone their craft, receive expert guidance, and take meaningful steps towards achieving their dreams. WOW Performing Arts Center prides itself in being an organization that provides these types of opportunities and we hope to create a pipeline that allows aspiring entertainers to go from SC to Atlanta, Broadway, Hollywood or wherever their aspirations abide.”

Joining the Industry Bootcamp is an opportunity to learn from the best in the business, connect with like-minded individuals, and gain the skills and confidence needed to thrive in today’s competitive entertainment landscape.

For registration and more information, visit www.wow-pac.org. Limited spots are available, so secure your place today with a deposit of $100 and take the first step towards a successful career in entertainment.

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