Penn State Greeks strut their Broadway stuff

November 03, 2009

Students from 50 Penn State sororities and fraternities showed off some impressive talents in music and dance on Sunday, Nov. 1, in the annual "Greek Sing," held in a sold-out Eisenhower Auditorium.

The Greek Sing a talent show in which members of two or three IFC/Panhel organizations team up to perform selections from Broadway musicals. Each team performs for six to eight minutes, then there's a quick change-over, then the next team is on. So, in the course of three hours, audience members saw performances from 19 different Broadway shows.

To read more about the event, visit Tina Hay's Penn Stater blog at http://pennstatermag.com/2009/11/02/penn-state-greeks-strut-their-broadway-stuff/ and to see pictures, visit http://live.psu.edu/stilllife/2176 online.

  • Students from Alpha Omicron Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Theta Delta Chi won the 'Greek Sing.'

    IMAGE: Tina Hay

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