• Scenes from Sing 2016

    Sing 2016

    After countless hours of practice and two weeks of performances, All University Sing 2016 has come and gone — but, as always, you’ll get one more shot to see the best acts again this fall.

    [LINKS: See almost 200 pictures from this year’s performances || Get a taste of Sing 2016 in this short video]

    The ladies of Pi Phi took home first place for their act, “Meet Me in Ze Alps.” In case you missed this year’s shows, here’s how the Lariat described this year’s top act: “From the ladies who brought you nuns comes a one-of-a-kind act about … goats. Pi Phi made the life of a milk maiden in the Swiss Alps look a lot more fun that it probably is. The act, which opened with a yodeler (that’s a first), utilized excellent costume design and energetic moves to keep the audience engaged. Additionally, every song lent itself to the flow of the act. It was an incredible way to finish out the night.”

    Kappa Omega Tau (“Setting Sail”) and Chi Omega (“Lunch Lady Land”) took home second- and third-place honors, respectively. The three prize-winning acts will be joined at this fall’s Pigskin Revue by Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Kappa Gamma & Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Chi, and Zeta Tau Alpha. (Mark your calendars now for Pigskin 2016 during Homecoming weekend, Oct. 13-15.)

    (For the uninitiated, All University Sing is a Baylor tradition dating back to 1953. This year’s event featured 18 seven-minute Broadway-style acts from student organizations, all competing in front of judges, family and friends.)

    Sic ’em, Sing stars!

    You might also like:
    Scenes from Sing 201520142013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008