The Charles Seller Foundation: 70 Years of Service

This summer’s anniversary special “The Charles Seller Foundation: 70 Years of Service” documentary is now on sale!

This documentary special features alumni interviews, performances, past beneficiaries and some great moments in Talent Time history. This documentary was produced by Abby Maichuk Miles, directed by Schuylar Doemling, and filmed and edited by Nick McNeil.

The foundation would like to thank Abby, Schuylar and Nick for all their hard work this summer! We are so grateful.

The price of the documentary is $15 each. With proof of a previous donation of $15 or more, you can receive a free copy! If you are interested in purchasing one or have proof of a donation, please contact us! (through email or direct messages).

#MovesForMegan Week 8

For the eighth and FINAL week of the #MovesForMegan challenge, we will be doing the choreography from “Whipped Into Shape”. Talent Time produced Legally Blonde in 2015.

Original Choreography: Lyle Dungee

Thank you to all that participated and donated during this summer challenge.

*This is the end of our “production” this summer. To earn/maintain membership, you must post at least 4 videos by the end of the week. *

#TalentTimeDanceChallenge #CharlesSellerFoundation #70yearsofservice #MelodiesForMegan

#MovesForMegan Week 6

For the sixth week in our #MovesForMegan challenge is “It’s Your Wedding Day” from The Wedding Singer! Each video you upload can possibly be put into the documentary that is being produced by Abby Maichuk Miles, directed by Schuylar Doemling, filmed and edited by Nick McNeil. It will be an anniversary special, entitled “The Charles Seller Foundation: 70 Years of Service”. You do not want to miss this opportunity!

If you’d like to participate, be sure to send an email of interest to thecharlessellerfoundation@gmail.com

Talent Time Memories

What is your favorite Talent Time Memory!?  We are looking to collect video clips of current and past CSF members to tell us about their favorite Talent Time memories over the years. These will be included in the 70th anniversary special documentary. It can be as small or as big of a memory as you would like to share for the documentary.   Please record the video in landscape and send it through WeTransfer to sdoemling7194@gmail.com  Video submissions are due no later than Sunday, July 26.

The documentary is also going to include an SATB version of Tomorrow from Annie. We would like as many past, present, and future members of CSF to participate. Abby Miles, producer of this year’s production, will be sending out a recording of each of the parts within the next few days with recording directions. It is a beautiful arrangement that is very fitting for our organization and the current pandemic we find ourselves in.