Ohio Has Talent!
DateJune 18, 2022
Event Starts7:00 PM
VenueNiswonger Performing Arts Center
On SaleOn Sale Now
Seating ChartView Seating Chart
Saturday, June 18, 2022 at 7:00 PM
Ohio Has Talent! returns to the Niswonger for its 14th show, presented by CHP Home Care & Hospice. This year’s show is a contest of top acts from throughout the state competing for cash prizes and the title of “Ohio Has Talent Champion!”
Here are the 2022 Ohio Has Talent! Finalists:
• Katie Carson, Upper Arlington
• Dance Ensemble, Norwalk/Fremont – Kendall Bauman, Kara Hooper, Avery Kenney, Mylee Reer
• Camryn Escamilla, Columbus Grove
• Stephanie Harrison, Newark
• Emma Kyler, Lima
• Tyson McKee, Wharton
• Breckelle Miller, Mansfield
• Mississinawa Pro Taka Taiko, Union City
• Liliya Polizzi, Orient
• Connor Raines, Lima
• Grace Ellen Rison, Celina
• Emma Schlade, Bryan
• Brooke Seddon, Sylvania
• The Stoller Family, Van Wert – Eden, Faith, Sophia & Asher
• Tess Vonderwell, Delphos
• Melakyi Walls, Columbus
Join the fun and cast a vote for your favorite performer!
Proceeds from Ohio Has Talent! benefit the CHP Hospice patient care fund; which enables CHP to continue delivering timely care to hospice patients who may be uninsured or unable to cover the cost of some or all of their care.
Cameras / Recording
No photography or recording is allowed, unless expressly conveyed by the artist at the time of the show. All electronic devices (cell phones, smart phones, tablets, digital cameras) must be in silence mode before entering the seating area.
Food & Drinks Allowed in the Lobby
We invite you to enjoy drinks and light snacks before the show in the Grand Lobby or Upper Lobby.
Concessions: Our partners Convoy Road Coffee Roasters and Rhonda's Sweet Treats provide coffee and cookies for sale. Stop by the Concession Stand to purchase yours before, during intermission, or after the show. You can select from variety of flavors, including some that are exclusive to The Niswonger! For recommended pre-show dining options, please visit the Dining page.
Children at the Niswonger
Children three and under are granted admission without a ticket so long as they are held by an adult ticket-holder. The VWAPAF reserves the right to preclude the attendance of children under the age of 5 years determined by the nature of the performance. Guardians will be asked to remove their child/children if they cause disruptions for other ticket-holders during a performance.