Ways You Can Participate

Residence Hall Acts -- Residents of each floor in any freshman residence hall can create their own act. These acts help you get to know your neighbors better and to experience performing at ACU for the first time.
Specialty Acts (solos, duets and small ensembles) -- Any freshman can audition for a specialty act. These acts are performed between the residence hall acts. A specialty act could be anything from singing to playing an instrument to showcasing a unique talent. Past acts have included swing dancing, trash-can percussion, break-dancing and four-part a cappella singing.

Dance Troupe -- Any freshman can audition for the dance troupe. The troupe performs dance and choreography to accent some performances.

Large Chorus -- The large choruses are open to the first 100 people who sign up. Each chorus is a mixed group of men and women. These acts are a great opportunity to meet people and make new friends.

Co-Chairs -- Co-chairs are the right (and left) hands of the director. They are the students who spearhead everything that happens on stage. If you are a leader, or someone who loves to do what it takes to make a great show come together, then you might be one of this year’s co-chairs.

Production Staff -- The production staff is composed entirely of students. They are the glue that holds everything together. If you want to be part of the behind the scenes action, join the production staff.

Sign-ups, tryouts and interviews -- All sign-ups, tryouts and interviews will take place during Welcome Week 2011. Watch for announcements!

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