Alpha Kai Omega, genies – Kaios Make Your Wish Come True – replicating Delta Theta’s 1989 act.
Director: Samantha Jeffries, senior nursing major from North Richland Hills
Delta Theta, dogs – Ain’t Nothin’ But a Pound Dog – replicating Delta Theta’s 1973 act.
Brock said the theme of dogs sparked their imagination most.
“Whatever theme we had, I wanted us to be passionate about it and everyone had so much passion for the dog theme that I thought that we could take that theme the farthest. We didn’t stick very much to the original storyline because we wanted to be creative with it, so we just took one song from that act turned it into a story of our own.”
The most exciting part, Brock said, was to see everything they’ve created come to life on stage.
“Being the Sing Song director is a bit surreal for me because it’s been a dream of mine to be Sing Song director ever since I did Sing Song as a freshman,” Brock said. “I never thought that it would actually happen. We have learned a lot about dogs and a lot about how to create a Sing Song act through this whole process, but most importantly we have learned a lot about each other.”
GATA, clowns – The GATA Show on Earth – replicating Alpha Theta Chi Omega’s 1992 act.
Ko Jo Kai, safari people – We’ll ‘Giraffe’ You Wild and We Ain’t ‘Lion’ – replicating the Junior act of 1999.
Sigma Theta Chi, Mary Poppins – Siggiecalifragilisticexpialidocious – replicating the GATA act of 1991.
Tri Kappa Gamma, race car drivers – Place Your Bets on Car 86 – replicating Galaxy’s 1997 act.
Director: Kammi Wonner, senior nursing major from Glendale
“We actually already had the idea of race car drivers before we knew the theme, so once we saw it was one of the options, we jumped all over it last semester,” Wonner said. “It didn’t take long to make that decision. We wanted to go outside the box of typical girl Sing Song acts, which is why we were drawn to a guys act.”
Wonner said the Kappas are using two of the same songs, including “Kiss the Girl,” and some of the same choreography.