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Metro To Hold Auditions For Station Performers

Performing for Metro commuters is only an audition away.
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Performing for Metro commuters is only an audition away.

Ever dream of singing or strumming in front of thousands of daily commuters? Here's a chance.

Metro is hosting auditions for its MetroPerforms! program this evening, allowing the more artistically inclined among us to try and convince transit officials that they should be given a chance to perform at station entrances between June and September.

Auditions will take place at 7:30 p.m. at Metro headquarters (600 Fifth Street NW); fill out an application ahead of time by going here.

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