Baylor to Hold 'After Dark' Talent Show Sept. 29Sept. 20, 1995
Baylor University will present its annual student talent show "After Dark" at 7 and 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, at Waco Hall. "After Dark" will be held as part of Parents Weekend.
The show will feature the return of the "Moonlighters," an award winning barbershop quartet. The "Moonlighters" took third place in the national barbershop quartet competition this past summer.
The opening act will feature "The Three Bills" also known as Dr. William Hillis, vice president for student life; Dr. Bill Thomas, professor of accounting and business law; and Bill Dube, dean of admissions and academic scholarship. "The Three Bills" recently performed at Baylor's "Welcome Week."
One of the acts will be a classical Indian dance performed by Indian national Sabrina Goel, who has been dancing professionally since she was 15. Other performances include a clogging act performed by twin sisters "G & D Poveramo," impressions by Andy Meek, piano by Robert Bono, singing by Tim Dishongh and violin by Andrew Fortner.
During the show, the Baylor's Parent League will recognize the "Parents of the Year" as part of the Parent's Weekend celebration. Parent's League is comprised of parents of Baylor students who serve as a liaison between the parents in their local areas and their students at Baylor, according to Rachelle Sheffield, coordinator of Parent's League. This year, Parent's League honors a couple from Shreveport, La.
The show will conclude with a combined performance by all of the acts in a country western finale.
Tickets are priced at $10 and are available at the Bill Daniel Student Center. For more information, call the Department of Student Activities at 755-2371.