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Greek Sing 2009: Singing It Loud and Proud

More than fifty Greek organizations teamed up yesterday to present 19 abbreviated versions of famous Broadway musicals in Eisenhower Auditorium for Greek Sing 2009: Battle on Broadway. A few of the performances were cringe-worthy, but some were surprisingly good. The judges picked  the rendition of Mary Poppins by Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, and Sigma Phi Epsilon as the overall winner, and rightfully so; from the step-team inspired remix of ‘Step in Time’ to the excellent four-part harmony, they had their stuff together.

For more on Greek Sing, check out the slideshow below. We’ve included our thoughts from each of the performances.

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