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ACU students ready to ‘believe’ during the 53rd annual Sing Song

By Anynmous



Abilene Christian University students are ready to take the stage once again during ACU’s 53rd annual Sing Song, “believe.,” Feb. 20-21. A variety of student groups, clubs and classes will compete in Moody Coliseum for best overall show while performing a cappella with original lyrics set to a medley of popular songs. {{more}} “Every student at ACU has hopes and dreams,” said Preston Woolfolk, junior political science/international studies major from San Antonio and Sing Song co-chair. “The theme, ‘believe.,’ expresses these goals that students are pursuing and the future they hope for.”Additional co-chairs for this year’s show include Charrelle Coates, senior biochemistry major from Clarksville, Tenn.; Sydney North, senior marketing major from Bedford, Texas; and Anna Peters, senior children and family ministry/elementary education major from Houston. Sing Song is a rich musical tradition at ACU that began in 1957 and includes class and club performances with hosts and hostesses performing between the acts. The hosts and hostesses will be singing a variety of songs ranging from “I’m a Believer” and “Don’t Stop Believin'” to “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” and “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.” This year’s hosts and hostesses include:• Coy Greathouse, senior youth and family ministry major from Alvin, • Adrienne Linge, senior vocal music education major from San Antonio, • Jessica Patterson, senior nursing and musical theatre major from Abilene, • Donovan Plummer, senior human communications major from Mesquite, • Jennifer Rasco, senior elementary education major from Abilene, and • Sam Souder, junior worship ministry major from Arlington. The six auditioned and were chosen from a group of approximately 54 students. Seven judges critiqued those auditioning on vocal talent, stage presence, vocal blending, sight-reading and choreography. New to this year’s show is the return of the Trojans social club to the Sing Song stage, and for the second year, the mixed voices category will include a group consisting of students from the International Students Association, Essence of Ebony and Hispanos Unidos. “With over 8,000 visitors that come to Abilene to see Sing Song, we are excited to provide this amazing opportunity to see the heart of ACU,” said Woolfolk.Show times are Friday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 21, at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets for “believe.” are available from $14 to $22 and can be purchased online at

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