Contestants are NOT REQUIRED to compete in the optional contests. These contests will be judged by a separate panel of judges from the overall panel of judges and have no bearing on who is chosen as the queen.
1. Must be a live presentation on a stage no larger than 12’ X 24’
2. Must be two minutes or less
3. Must be memorized
4. Pageant furnishes microphone, music player, 88 key digital keyboard.
All Talent contestants will perform and be scored at the talent competition.
From these performances, the judges will select the top finalists. The winners of this competition will receive a trophy or plaque. Talent performances have a time limit of two minutes. At two minutes a timer will go off and your microphone and/or music will be quickly faded out. The judges will not deduct points if this occurs, but they will stop scoring when your performance reaches two minutes. All performances must be live and memorized. If you are playing an instrument do not use sheet
All performances must be live and memorized. If you are playing an instrument do not use sheet music. Talent performances and costumes must be conservative and age appropriate. Make-up is allowed in all age divisions during the talent competition. Do not use songs with suggestive lyrics or song titles. The stage will be covered with hardwood dance flooring suitable for all kinds of dance routines, including tap and point.
Talent contestants may use props, but please make sure they are small enough for the contestant to handle. Mats for gymnastic routines are allowed. Miss American Coed Pageants will provide a microphone, sound system, and sound technician. If you need music to be played over our sound system during your talent, you will receive instructions on how to upload it.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the pageant office if you have any additional needs.
You may enter the talent competition more than once. An entry fee of $50 must be paid for each talent entry. No cameras are allowed in the ballroom at any time.
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10 years and we would do it again!
This was our 10th year competing with MAC. As always, events were on time, fun, friendly and appropriate! More than that, though, my daughters always come away with a new friend or 6! These girls are #growingupmac and I couldn't be happier about it. Everyone from the staff, to the director, the contestants and their families as well as even the venue staff are all friendly and accommodating. We have tried other systems and have never found the feeling of home we feel at MAC!
My daughter had an excellent time!!!
We have been competing in a different pageant system for three years and we weren't very fond of it. We decided to try MAC and it was so much better. It was such a relaxing and fun weekend. You weren't rushing from competition to competition, they gave you time to chill out. The pageant staff treated us like family. By the end of the first competition, they knew us all by name. We will definitely be competing in this pageant system next year. Maybe even again this year for an out of state title!
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN AMERICAN COED?
A Coed is a female attending a co-educational college or university. A young woman referred to as a Coed calls to mind a dedicated student, preparing herself to become the very best person she can be, while having a blast at the same time!
IF I WIN MY MAC STATE PAGEANT, WHAT WILL BE REQUIRED OF ME?
Each MAC STATE PAGEANT WINNER is required to attend the National MAC Pageant to compete for the Queen's title for her age group. If the state pageant winner does not sign the MAC State Winner’s contract & attend the National MAC Pageant during the week of Thanksgiving in Lake Buena Vista, FL, she will forfeit her state title, all prizes, & cash awards.
DO I HAVE TO DO A TALENT TO COMPETE IN A MAC PAGEANT?
Our talent competition is optional. It is scored by a separate panel of judges than the panel that selects the overall queen in each age division. Optional contests have absolutely no bearing on who wins the pageant.