Tau Phi’s Cowboy Show entertains with 34th annual show...
On Saturday, one of the biggest events of the school year is set to take place on Lipscomb’s campus. The 34th annual Tau Phi cowboy show will be held in Collins Auditorium at 7 p.m.
“A ton of work goes into the show each year,” said Tau Phi senior Josh Self. “Brennan McNeil, this year’s director, has put in countless hours over the last few months in preparation. The rest of us have practiced nightly over the last few weeks. A lot of other people have also put a lot of work into the show.”
The show is not just for Tau Phi members. The group receive a lot of help from the girls’ social clubs on campus. These ladies join the stage as extra performers and also help orchestrate the flow of the show.
“A lot of the ladies from different clubs have been putting a lot of effort into the choreography. The show is a lot of work but is really coming together,” said Self.
Year after year, Tau Phi continues this tradition, and the active members know how much this means to them and also to the members of the past.
“Carrying on the Tau Phi tradition is an incredible thing. Tau Phi’s tradition is unique and something that really played a role in my decision to take part in Greek Life. We are proud of our tradition. Cowboy show gives us the opportunity to celebrate Tau Phi and what it means to us,” Self said.