The wheels are in motion for Sing Song 2007 to be a fast-paced, energized show that involves audience members in new and exciting ways. ACU will "Shift into High Gear" during three shows in Moody Coliseum, Feb. 16 and 17, said Tom Craig, managing director of Sing Song.
Three students will lead this year's production as co-chairs. They are: Caddi Coupe, senior communication sciences and disorders major from Nevada City, Calif.; Jana Atchley, senior accounting major from Grapevine; and Courtnee Hembree, junior journalism major from Abilene.
This year's hosts include: Evan Black, senior integrated marketing communication major from Denison; Jeremiah Gibson, senior youth and family ministry major from Garland; and Luke Baty, junior music major from Orchard Park, New York.
The hostesses include: Shaylee Busch, senior interior design major from Cedar Park; Randy Royse, junior music major from Bedford; and Shalesia Rhodes, junior music education major from Longview.
Sing Song is in its 51st year, and is the largest student musical production in the United States where groups sing a cappella with original lyrics and choreography.
"It showcases how Christians can be an active, vibrant part of the performing arts while having a whole lot of fun," said Craig.
For those wanting to purchase tickets online, an online box office will be available beginning Nov. 15, at www.acu.edu/singsong. Patrons will be able to choose the show date, time and the section of their choice through the Web site. The Sing Song box office in Moody Coliseum will also open on Nov. 15. Showtimes are as follows: