Sing Song 2020 will take place from 8-10:30 p.m. on Friday and from 2-4:30 p.m. and 8-10:30 p.m. on Saturday.
The hosts and hostesses include:
- Caleb Crisp, sophomore graphic design major from Abilene
- Kasey Birchfield, senior theatre major from Lubbock
- Tat Cordts, senior biology major from Rockwall
- Alex Kitten, junior middle school education major from Lubbock
- Lauren McDonald, junior theatre major from Houston
- Weston Weast, senior music major from Edmond, OK.
The order of the acts and their themes, according to SK Hall, junior computer science major from Schertz and student director, will be:
- Tri Kappa Gamma “Skiers,” led by Cassie Christian, junior social work major from Round Rock
- Ko Jo Kai “Christmas Lights,” led by Abby Ware, junior communication disorders major from Hurst
- Alpha Kai Omega “Lifeguards,” led by Bri Burns, senior nursing major from Cypress
- GATA “Little Red Riding Hood,” led by Hannah McIntyre, junior multimedia major from Keller
- Delta Theta “Tinkerbell,” led by Allie Foster, junior social work major from Grapevine
- Sigma Theta Chi “Caterpillars,” led by Jessica Overton, senior music-teach. voice-all level major from Arlington
- Galaxy “Werewolves,” led by Jax Pimentel, senior engineering major from Abilene
- Pi Kappa “Spies,” led by Theo McCracken, junior music major from Abilene
- Gamma Sigma Phi “Remember the Alamo,” led by Mitchell Bradford, senior theatre major from Abilene
- Frater Sodalis “Magicians,” led by Tyler Cepica, senior biochemistry major from Abilene
- Freshman “Candyland,” led by McKenzie Losher, freshman communication major from Sunnyvale
- Freshman “Penguins,” led by Spencer Kasselman, sophomore bible and ministry major from Abilene
- Sophomore “Clue,” led by Jackson Scott, sophomore communication major from Keller
- Senior “Pilots,” led by Sloan Polvado, senior marketing major from Sugar Land
The acts will be judged on costumes, sets and props, choreography, overall entertainment and vocals.
The Sing Song block party will take place during the break before the performances on Saturday.
“The Block Party will have food trucks, live music, and booths from some on-campus sponsors and organizations from around the community,” Courtney McGaha, upstage coordinator, said.
McGaha said that this year’s Sing Song is one of the best acts that has been done in a long time.
“Every act, every host and hostess, the dance team, the jazz band, everyone is so talented and has put together a fantastic show,” McGaha said.