Join us for the first-ever PSTM Surgeons Got Talent show!
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Boston comedian Will Noonan will be the Master of Ceremonies as contestants share their talents - from singing to dancing to stand-up comedy. Watch them compete for the title of PSTM22's Most Talented Surgeon while helping support The Plastic Surgery Foundation.
ASPS President Peter Rubin, MD, will assist as guest host for the evening.
In addition to the talented contestants, the ASPS Jam Band will also take the stage to get your heart racing and your feet moving!
Surgeons Got Talent will take place from 8 - 11 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Laugh Boston, located inside the Westin Boston Seaport District (PSTM Headquarters Hotel).
Noonan was named "Boston's Best Comedian" by The Improper Bostonian magazine and has appeared on MTV's "Ridiculousness" and "Laughs." Noonan, who is known for his internet presence with followers like Barack Obama, Joe Rogan, Jim Gaffigan, Bert Kreischer and Andrew Schulz, has been the opening act for Bill Burr and has appeared on "The Oddball Comedy Festival" with Amy Schumer, Hannibal Buress and Sarah Silverman.
Bring your appetite, as all ticket packages include drinks and buffet-style heavy hors d'oeuvres. Upgrade your seating and get early access to catch the behind-the-scenes action by becoming a VIP. Remember, all proceeds fund The Plastic Surgery Foundation!
A panel of judges will review each performance and, combined with feedback from the audience, will determine the winner.
The first prize winner will receive a commemorative Surgeons Got Talent trophy, the title of PSTM's Most Talented Surgeon, and complimentary registration to PSTM23 in Austin, TX.
The finalists for the 2022 Surgeons Got Talent have been selected. These plastic surgeons will be showing off their talent during Plastic Surgery The Meeting 2022:
June K. Wu
- Jaime Bernstein will be singing while Andrew Marano, a classically trained pianist, will be performing on the piano. The two residents from New York-Presbyterian Cornell/Columbia Plastic Surgery started performing together in 2020 and shared the performances on social media.
- Sarah Bishop started playing the cello at the age of five and went on to get her Masters in music prior to deciding to go into medicine. Bishop has competed in cello competitions in both the United States and Europe.
- Chris Gold, who has been fascinated with the sound of the mandolin for over three years, will be playing a fusion song but with a modern twist that combines the Bollywood song, 'Yeh Samaa Samaa' which is based on the original and widely popular piece of 'Besame Mucho.'
- Lisa M. Murcko, who grew up playing piano, will be joined by Scott Boyer, who has played the clarinet for over 50 years. They will perform a piano and clarinet duet of Bach French Suites sections.
- Samantha Maliha, who has been singing since high school and has performed in musical theater in both high school and college. Maliha used to perform during open mic nights in New York City during medical school and has competed in the Disney American Idol.
- Samuel Poore will be singing and playing the guitar.
- LaDawn Talbott started pole fitness about a year ago and plans to show the beauty and strength surrounding the art of pole dancing.
- June K. Wu, a classically trained pianist, will perform on the piano.
Just Want to Watch The Show?
Tickets for this incredible event are limited, so make sure to reserve your seat early! You can purchase your tickets when you register for Plastic Surgery The Meeting. The dress code for attendees is "Informal Snappy - Casual yet stylish."
General Admission Tickets: $150
- Two drink tickets
- Buffet-style heavy hors d'oeuvres
- General seating
VIP Tickets: $250
- Limited Access
- Early Admission (30 minutes)
- Buffet-style heavy hors d'oeuvres
- Five drink tickets
- Reserved seating in front of stage