Entertainment Revue, founded in 1989, is a song and dance ensemble based in Tampa, Florida. The group has three separate performing casts based on age and level of performance. All cast members are females, ranging in age from 5-18. In addition to the cast members' training, there exists a special sisterhood amongst the girls. The majority of the cast members have participated in the group for a minimum of 6 years, making for lifelong memories and friendships.
We take great pride in setting our girls up for success on and off the stage. Entertainment Revue has performed for Presidents Bush and Clinton, Vice President Gore, community, corporate, and professional sporting events and in theaters across the state of Florida. 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 all of Tampa Bay’s professional sports teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic. Additionally, they have performed at the NCAA Final Four, in the Broadway tours of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “The Wizard of Oz.”
Entertainment Revue is a not-for-profit charitable foundation under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Throughout the years, Entertainment Revue has awarded approximately $500,000 in college scholarships to prior cast members. Cast members are expected to meet high academic standards and performers are not paid for their performances.