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Soph-Frosh SING! Puts on a Sweet Show

Watching this year’s Soph-Frosh SING! proved to be something akin to the experience of eating a Hershey’s chocolate bar: pretty enjoyable, but lacking much of the nuance and expertise required to truly make it a rich and fulfilling experience. Nevertheless, the underclassmen showcased their burgeoning talent, creating a lighthearted production with relatable characters and an

Love and Laughter in Junior SING!––We’re On Board!

Following the gangster Frank on his battle between money or love, we take a journey through the 1920s on a ship with a precious jewel. What starts off as a cheesy love story, evolves into a deep, relatable narrative. Coordinated by Ray Jones and produced by Stephanie Zheng, Lydia Zhang, Donia Tung, and Adam Abbas,

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Senior SING!: Fairy Tales are Women’s Tales

Fairy tales are women’s tales: Sleeping Beauty rescued by the gallant Prince Charming, Snow White’s maternal impulse toward the dwarves, and Cinderella forced to scrub the floors. These stories used to put us to bed at night, teaching young girls that they should strive to become objects of male attention and teaching young boys that

SING! Top Fives

Best Acting Performances Spoiled Son, Cody Lin, Juniors As the favorite child of an aristocrat, Cody Lin does not fail to amuse the audience with his sassy, hilarious impression of a spoiled brat. With a voice perfectly tailored for the part and skillful acting, Lin’s depiction exudes confidence and talent. Sour Patch, Victoria Wong, Soph-Frosh

Congrats to the Seniors, But the Real Winner of SING! is Everyone

Disclaimer: This review of SING! was modified slightly so as to not annoy or offend anyone involved in SING! [Everyone] had an amazing showing in SING! this year. While point values may have varied, [everyone’s] performance was truly enjoyable. [Everyone] clearly put a lot of time and effort into their performance, and it really showed.

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It’s the End of the World As We Know It

It’s all over now—from the frustration you felt when someone started painting over your work to the rush of adrenaline that overcame you just before the curtains opened. You don’t need to practice that move every moment you have, and you now get home before the sun goes down. With that realization, the emptiness sets

Top 5 Snubs

1. Lorenz Vargas’s Existence, Juniors Even though Lorenz Vargas did not participate in SING! this year, The Stuyvesant Spectator should still honor his existence. 2. Lowell Weisbord, Snowbama, Juniors Snowbama’s existence made the positions of the podiums symmetrical and more aesthetically pleasing. His costume effectively portrayed the effort the costumes crew put into other people’s

A History of SING!

Every year during the weeks of early March, Stuyvesant students stream out of the doors onto the Tribeca Bridge at 8 p.m., with massive eye bags, flushed faces, and wild grins. They form clusters with their friends and talk animatedly — they’ve just come from SING! rehearsal, and the euphoria of just completing a full