Bastyr Shows It's Got Talent at Annual Show

A group of Bastyr students play drums.

Twenty four performances from musicians, dancers, jugglers, comedians and videographers wowed a crowd of hundreds February 25 during the Bastyr University Student Council's annual Talent / No Talent Show. 

Bastyrians and Bastyr supporters packed the school auditorium during the free event, a chance for the community to show its talents (real or imagined) and let its hair down. 

This year's top honor, as voted by the crowd, went to student Rhea Abbot and her sister, Moe, who performed an original song. 

Check out the slide show for a few scenes of this year's Talent / No Talent Show. 

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