Greek Sing 2013 Kicks Off in Alumni Hall
Penn State’s Greek organizations put on a preview show last night at the HUB, giving students a sneak peak of what the annual production of Greek Sing will look like.
In front of a capacity crowd, each group performed a shortened version of their take on a classic musical number. The students sang, danced, and occasionally flipped along to the showtunes as they were evaluated by a panel of judges. The songs ranged from movie soundtracks, like “I’ll Make A Man Out of You” from Mulan, to classic broadway numbers, like “Bye-Bye Birdie.”
I was able to talk to Roy Baker, the director of fraternity and sorority life, before the start of the show. He seemed to be excited about December’s Greek Sing 2013 production.
“The kids have really worked hard preparing for this show, so we should be in for a treat,” he said.
Greek Sing 2013 will be performed at the Eisenhower Auditorium on December 5.
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