From The Vocal Debauchery Family:
This Halloweekend, we know what’s up.
Girls. Everywhere. In slutty costumes. So much makeup that you don’t know who you’re making out with. You just know that her makeup doesn’t taste that great but neither did the margaritas your roommate tried to make and…
It’s intense. We get it. Take a breather, come see some a cappella and sketch comedy, meet our newbies, laugh, cry, give your livers a rest. For God’s sake, people.
- DATE: Tomorrow (10.29)
- TIME: 1700 hrs / 5 pm
- PLACE: Nics Lounge
VD is: Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Glenn Cantave ’15, Michael Deck ’14, Kenny Feder ’12, Leada Fuller ’14, Chelsea Goldsmith ’13, Gabe Gordon ’15, Emily Jones ’14, Matt Krakaur ’14, Cade Leebron ’14, Elizabeth Litvitskiy ’15, Ben Tweed ’13, and Lisle W ’14.
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
Dear Friends, Fans, and Freshmen:
We’re looking to get even more debaucherous, which we can only do with your help! If you can sing, and if you’re funny, hey, let’s be friends! Stop by the Music Studios basement between 7 and 9 PM on Tuesday or Wednesday (we’ll be the room full of people). All you need is a song to sing and a joke or funny story to tell (or another way to make us laugh that involves neither tickling nor nitrous oxide).
P.S. If, for any reason, you are unable to make the audition times, please email kfeder(at)wesleyan(dot)edu and we’ll try to make things work.
Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Michael Deck ’14, Kenny Feder ’12, Leada Fuller ’14, Chelsea Goldsmith ’13, Emily Jones ’14, Matt Krakaur ’14, Cade Leebron ’14, Jocelyn Spencer ’13, Ben Tweed ’13, Lisle W ’14
For the Facebook event page, click here.
- WHEN?: TONIGHT (Tues., 9/6) and TOMORROW (Wed., 9/7) at 7-9 pm
- WHERE?: The basement of the music studios.
- DO I NEED MONEY?: Generally speaking, yes, you should have money on you at all times, but unless you want to bribe your way into the group, it’s not necessary. One should note, however, that the Music Studios basement has been prone to a high incidence of violently playful muggings committed by well-dressed people singing “Spiderwebs,” so one should regardless proceed with the utmost caution.