Commen Experience

Topics: Dance, Performance, Lyndon B. Johnson Pages: 2 (504 words) Published: March 17, 2013
One thing that Texas State University sure does have is talent. In the spirit of homecoming the Student Association for Campus Activities (SACA) put on its annual talent show were the students came out and showed their talent. With its witty hosts to the talented acts it was an evening of great fun and laughter. With the knowledge of the great turnout of students in previous years, SACA knew they were going to need a large enough area to fit the amount of students. Evans auditorium which is one of the largest auditoriums on campus wasn’t going to fit the amount of students, so SACA had smaller area for an online viewing of the show in LBJ’s teaching theater. So nonetheless it was a quite impressive turn out for this year’s talent show. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a seat in Evans so I saw the show at LBJ. And the theater wasn’t jam-packed like Evans, so it was good. Once the show began the host came out and introduced themselves. I was surprised that I recognized two hosts for the evening. The two were both of great help during my orientation in the summer and my first week year. That’s one of the reasons to me why Texas State University so remarkable, because even though it’s such a large campus a freshman like me recognized two upper classman. And during the time as hosts they sure kept the audience entertained and made such that their wardrobe matched the acts as they went along. For example, when a dancer who was dressed as Michael Jackson they changed into similar clothing. That’s what made it funny and their chemistry didn’t hurt at all. Sure does take a lots of courage to get up on stage and perform in front of a huge audience but the talented students of Texas State didn’t let that stop them. There was wide variety of talent shown at the show, from dancing to singing. One act that really stood out to me was a group that danced to Korean artist Psy’s “Gangnam Style”. The song has catchy melody and even though you won’t understand the lyrics you...
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