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QSAC 'Got Talent?' Finalists Announced


Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) has announced the top 12 finalists for the "Got Talent?" autism-benefit talent competition. You can now visit www.qsac.com/talent/contestants.html to watch the finalist's videos and vote for your favorites. Each vote requires a $1 donation, with all proceeds benefiting QSAC. Online voting ends May 24. See below for QSAC's official press release and a full list of finalists.

Press Release:

Top 12 Announced in QSAC’s 'Got Talent?' Autism Benefit

After three sold-out performances and two weeks of online voting the Top 12 finalists will take to the stage one last time at the Grand Finale of "Got Talent? A Competition to Benefit Autism."

On Monday night, May 24 at the Times Square Arts Center our talented finalists will be performing in front of a celebrity panel of funny man Leslie Jordan, (Will & Grace) the sexy Dr. Ruth, Telsey + Company casting director Rachel Hoffman and Broadway & TV Star/Puppet Master John Tartaglia (Host) with a music performance by Martha Wash (“It’s Raining Men”)

The Top 12 Finalists are: Move for Autism, Victoria Quartarao, Laurie Maitland, Warren Dean Sharon, Christopher DiNatale, Larry Oliveri & Angelica Massamillo, Brennan Spector, Wendell Simpkins, Lisa Sherman-Dow, Carl Chesna & Co., Dane Wagner, and Bridget Barkan.  Contestant videos can be found at:  www.qsac.com/talent/contestants.html.

QSAC, one of the largest agencies dedicated specifically to autism and an award-winning organization, provides comprehensive services and programs to individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families in New York City and Long Island.  Founded in 1978, QSAC today has 21 facilities in Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens, and Nassau County. Over 2,000 people benefit yearly from its programs, including about 900 individuals who receive direct services.

Got Talent? Grand Finale tickets are on sale now. All contributions are tax-deductible and benefit the autism group. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.qsac.com/talent and www.qsac.com/talent/tickets.html.

VIP seating and advertisement/sponsorship opportunities are also available. Interested parties may contact [email protected]  or call 212-244-5560 x 2005.


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