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Seniors Got Talent Lexington

Now announcing

2023 Seniors Got Talent Lexington Winners!

1st Place

Ron Cheak

Singer, Age 68

2nd Place

Collins & Cox

Musical Duo, Ages 62 & 64

3rd Place


Dance Group, Ages 64-87

People's Choice Award

The Capital Steppers

Line Dancers, ages 62-81

See what Seniors Got Talent Lexington is all about

Enjoy a short recap of Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Lexington, KY 2023. 

Join us next year at the Lexington Opera House for the 2024 show!

For more fun, watch a behind the scenes reel from the 2023 show!


Dillon Gaudet

Morning Meteorologist at ABC36
Dillon Gaudet, Host of Seniors Got Talent Lexington

Dillon Gaudet is the Morning Meteorologist at ABC36. A native of Buckhannon, West Virginia, Dillon moved to Lexington in August 2021 and has quickly made central Kentucky his home. Dillon turned a childhood fear of storms into motivation to gain an understanding of the power of Mother Nature. You can watch Dillon Monday through Friday mornings and afternoons on ABC36. 


Meaghan Richardson

A lifelong pianist and vocalist, Meaghan’s musical roots began growing in the music ministry world at a very young age. Through prayerful ministry she found deep purpose and drive, but quickly expanded to include a passion in the sounds of reggae, funk, soul, bluegrass and folk, as well as strengths in the recording arts. An extremely versatile vocalist with an angelic, soulful, and rich tone and a wide range, it’s a sound that truly captivates. Dabbling in numerous bands and projects over the past decade, she has found herself reflecting on the legacy she wants to leave, and the musical mark she has always intended to make on the world. Her solo and teaching career, as well as being a mother to two boys fills her heart. She is excited to be a part of this event! 


Austin S. Robinson

Austin Robinson, judge for Seniors Got Talent Lexington

Austin is a board-certified music therapist and visiting lecturer of music therapy at the University of Kentucky. Austin is a doctoral student in Rehabilitation and Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky and also the owner of Edge Music Therapy in Lexington, KY.

Austin serves as a board member and conference coordinator for the Southeast Region of the American Music Therapy Association. He also serves as a board member with the Bluegrass Parkinson’s Association.

Austin believes music can contribute to health and wellness. His primary areas of interest include utilization of music therapy in interdisciplinary treatment and the intersection of music, aging, and the brain. 


Richard Ryan

Richard Ryan, judge for Seniors Got Talent Lexington

Richard Ryan is an actor and singer from the Louisville Kentucky area. He has performed with The Kentucky Opera, the Stephen Foster Story, and multiple local theatres. He is a published writer and currently works as Regional Director of Facial5 Dermacare, Skincare and Color, Austin Texas. Richard and his wife Cathy have 3 adult children.

Richard Ryan is the 2021 Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Lexington Winner.


Mallory Hudson

Mallory Hudson, Bowling Green native and University of Kentucky student, is Miss Kentucky 2023. She is a 2020 graduate of South Warren High School where she was named a 2019 Kentucky Governor’s Scholar.

Mallory has been in over 40 theatrical productions, including a feature film, Beauty Mark, which was awarded the Best Narrative Feature Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival. Her favorite role to date is Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!. Additionally, Mallory is a two time Kentucky State Beta Speech Champion, served as a 2023 Kentucky Derby Festival Princess, and was named a Cycle 12 Jovani “It Girl” for her modeling work with Jovani Fashions in Atlanta and New York.

Mallory’s Community Service Initiative is Inclusive Stages, which is designed to provide theatrical and artistic opportunities for individuals with special needs. Through her CSI, Mallory has had the honor of implementing a number of initiatives to further inclusivity efforts in the state. For example, she has initiated inclusive acting classes for individuals with a diagnosis of Down syndrome, written a children’s book Inclusive Stages, created a podcast “Inclusive Stages: Behind the Curtain,” and distributed sensory kits to Kentucky theaters to make them more accessible for those individuals with sensory processing disorders. Ultimately, Inclusive Stages strives to teach people to look for capabilities instead of disabilities and welcome all to not only the theatrical stage but also to the stage that is life! Mallory was awarded the 2023 Kentucky Farm Bureau Quality of Life Award for her work with Inclusive Stages.

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What Happened at the 2022 Show

On August 11th, 2022, 10 Seniors performed in the Big Show “Seniors Got Talent” at the Lexington Opera House.

Congratulations to all contestants for a superb performance! 

3rd place went to Lydia DiMartino-Ellis who wowed the audience with her flute playing skills. Not only did she play the classic melody of “Climb Every Mountain” from the Sound of Music, but she proved her passion for the playing the flute by continuing to play the instrument even after enduring a life-changing stroke 6 years ago.

2nd place went to the Flat Out Fun Dance Team. The team brought an incredible energy to the stage as they danced to “Girls with Guitars” by Wynonna Judd.

1st place went to Lutisha Coleman with her impressive piano playing. Her passion came through as she played a powerful rendition of “How Great Thou Art.”

All proceeds benefit the work of the Morning Pointe Foundation, providing nursing scholarships and caregiver support programs.

Audition Info

Locations: Both Morning Pointe of Frankfort & The Lantern at Morning Pointe, Frankfort will be holding auditions

Time: 5-7 PM (both buildings)


Senior Living: 68 C. Michael Davenport Blvd., Frankfort, KY 40601

Lantern: 66 C. Michael Davenport Blvd., Frankfort, KY 40601

Phone: (502) 226-5888  (Senior Living) &

(502) 226-7118 (Lantern)

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Location: Morning Pointe of Richmond

Time: 2-4 PM

Address: 1400 Gibson Bay Drive, Richmond, KY 40475

Phone: (859) 626-5000

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Location: Morning Pointe of Danville

Time: 3-5 PM

Address: 1375 Perryville Rd., Danville, KY 40422

Phone: (859) 965-1008

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Locations: Both Morning Pointe of Louisville & the Lantern at Morning Pointe, Louisville will be holding auditions

Times: 2-5 PM (both buildings)


Senior Living: 4711 South Hurstbourne Pkwy., Louisville, KY 40291

Lantern: 4701 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., Louisville, KY 40291

Phone: (502) 873-3800 (senior living) & (502) 212-5199 (lantern)

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Locations: Both Morning Pointe of Lexington & the Lantern at Morning Pointe, Lexington will be holding auditions


3-5 PM (Senior Living)

2-4 PM (Lantern)


Senior Living: 233 Ruccio Way, Lexington, KY 40503

Lantern: 225 Ruccio Way, Lexington, KY 40503

Phone: (859) 554-0060 (Senior Living) &

(859) 309-4867 (Lantern)

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Location: Morning Pointe of Lexington-East

Times: 2-5 PM

Addresses: 150 Shoreside Drive, Lexington, KY 40515

Phone: (859) 721-0350

Final deadline for all auditions is July 31

Audition for Seniors Got Talent Lexington