Entertainment Revue

The Entertainment Revue Foundation is a unique arts group based in Tampa, Florida, which performs over fifty shows each year. The group consists of three separate casts of performers, ranging in age from 6 – 18.

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Founded in 1989, the Entertainment Revue has performed over 1,000 shows at community events, political events, professional sporting events, and in theaters across the state or Florida and beyond. The group has performed for three Presidents, appeared on “CBS This Morning” and “The "Today show,” and has performed at over 200 conventions including an appearance at the National Business Hall Of Fame honoring Steve Jobs. The group was recently featured on an HBO special highlighting the 2009 election and is currently in development for a reality television show entitled “Pop Star Boot Camp.” The group is recognized nationally as an outstanding training group for young recording artists and performers. Eight cast members signed major recording contracts with Epic, RCA, Arista, Atlantic, and Curb and have be featured performers on tours with NSync, Britney Spears, and Backstreet Boys. Entertainment Revue has also produced four American Idol Finalists, and top six finalists on Dancing with the Stars and America’s Got Talent. This past season, three of its cast members landed starring roles in Broadway productions; one in the title role of “Matilda” on Broadway, another in the role of “Cindy Loo Who” in the Grinch on Broadway, and another in the role of the “Extraordinary Girl” in the international tour of American Idiot. Additionally, ER alum Chloe Lowery is performing in the lead role of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s national tour and alum Elizabeth McLaughlin is a star of the series “Betrayal” on ABC. The group has also appeared at the Florida Citrus Bowl, the Super Bowl Host Village, the World Team Tennis benefit with Elton John, and as an opening act for the American Idol Tour. They have been featured halftime performers for the Los Angeles Lakers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Orlando Magic. Additionally, they performed at the NCAA Final Four, and in the Broadway tours of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “The Wizard of Oz”, and seasonal engagements at Busch Gardens and Lowery Park Zoo. In addition to showcasing the artistic talents and achievements of its members, the Foundation exists to develop well-balanced, confident young ladies who will become the leaders of tomorrow. . Cast members are expected to meet high academic standards and performers are never paid for their performances. Instead, an academic scholarship fund has been created to provide college scholarships. To date, Entertainment Revue has awarded over $500,000 in academic scholarships to its alumni.

Entertainment Revue