Stand Out Talent

Take your chances at Stand Out Talent’s casino night

Stand Out Talent is making its mark on Roseville, most recently by hosting the city's first animation festival. The nonprofit organization wants to keep offering top-quality live p ...

Roseville theater groups nab eight Elly Awards

Roseville's two theater companies took home their share of Youth Elly Awards, which recognize the high quality of their actors and productions. Roseville Theatre Arts Academy earn ...

Roseville performing arts groups earn Elly nominations

In only its first full season, the Roseville Theatre Arts Academy picked up 29 Elly Award nominations, which honor outstanding achievements by community theaters and artists in the ...

Social media determines local film screenings

Retro with a modern twist: That's the philosophy behind Stand Out Talent's new film series. The nonprofit organization began weekly Wednesday night screenings of classic movies at ...

See dreams come true with "Cinderella Kids"

How rude! Cinderella's wicked stepmother and stepsisters have prevented her from attending the royal ball. Instead, she must stay home and clean. But, with a little help from her ...

Five things you didn?t know about Stand Out Talent

Stand Out Talent founder Jennifer Bortz has the word "believe" inscribed in her rings. This reminder motivates her to focus on her goals: The main one now being the success of the ...

Pianist Todd Schroeder returns to Roseville

Accomplished pianist and composer Todd Schroeder returns to Roseville with a performance at the historic Tower Theater Sunday. He was in town in November as a guest of nonprofit p ...

Stand Out Talent presents ‘Anything Goes’

Stand Out Talent's new production is a far cry from the theater group's last musical - in that, this show won't make the audience cry. The nonprofit organization in Roseville rece ...

Roseville theater group presents ‘Next to Normal’

Danny Gurwin flips through his large binder, looking over the script as his team of actors returns to a previous scene during rehearsals. “Do I have a line here?” Jaso ...

Downtown businesses see growth in 2011

When Marie Muscat turned 50 years old, she decided she needed a change of direction. She quit her job as a legal secretary in Burlingame, packed up her belongings and moved to Ro ...