I moved back into Penn a couple of days ago. The first night back, I was walking with a friend and we saw little pow wows of freshman sitting on the college green. They all looked so eager and ready to claw each other’s eyes out - especially the Wharton ones. How to distinguish between a Wharton freshman and one with a soul? You’ll soon find out.
The point is that all of you freshman, as well as you older students who have not yet realized their creative potential, are about to have an opportunity to audition for the Pennchants! Or I guess you could try out for other groups as well. Yay PAC.
Sarcasm aside, the beginning of the year is a really exciting time. Every a cappella, dance, comedy, and theatre group holds auditions and accepts a few new members. How do you figure out which group to audition for? Come to Freshman Performing Arts Night on Saturday, September 6th. Check out PAC’s website for more details on that - http://www.dolphin.upenn.edu/pac/ . You’ll get a nice little sample of just about every performing arts group on campus – including the Pennchants.
If you like what you see of the Pennchants, which you no doubt will, come try out. AUDITIONS ARE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH FROM 12PM-4PM IN HOUSTON HALL ROOM 311 AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH FROM 8PM-12AM IN HOUSTON HALL ROOM 301. Auditions obviously don’t take 8 hours, you just have to stop in on one of those days at some point during those times and quickly show us why you are funky enough to join the group. No pressure.
In all seriousness – if you’d like to know more about the group, friend us on facebook and send us a message. Better yet, send me or someone else in the group an e-mail. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org .
So… let’s sum up this post.
1. Shoot us a message if you’d like more info. We don’t bite.
2. Come see us (and other groups) perform at FPAN on Sept. 6th – all the cool kids will be there
3. Come audition Sept. 7th between 12PM-4PM or Sept 8th between 8PM-12AM
4. You’ll maybe get called back after we judge you like how 13-year-old Jewish girls judge each others' bat-mitzvah outfits
We’re excited to meet you guys! Or at least the talented ones.
Just letting you know, we are almost as good as this guy.