Thursday night, the men of Huntington Hall hosted its 15th annual Woofest for the women of Vanguard. The campus was abuzz with expectancy.
This year’s theme was Disney, with each floor representing a Disney movie favored by their R.A. The night began with freshmen women of Laguna and Catalina Halls being greeted with a rose and escorted to their seats by the men of Huntington.
President Mike Beals opened the show as Walt Disney, inviting the audience into the fruition of his dream; Disneyland. Senior Zack Lullo and Junior Kate Frampton hosted the magical night. They explained to the RA’s that they had lost their creativity and needed to get it back by reenacting their favorite Disney movies.
The boys of second floor wowed everyone with their Toy Story theme, performing “You’ve Got A Friend In Me”, “Teenage Dream” and “I’m Not The Only One”, drum numbers and dance numbers as Andy’s toy soldiers.
Third floor took on Aladdin with dance numbers, by winning the heart of Jasmine, and included an appearance of Genie.
Fourth floor had a Frozen/Star Wars mash-up complete with Elsa, Darth Vader, and Princess Lea. Their live performance of Justin Bieber’s single “Sorry” ended by apologizing to the girls for the things boys do. “I’m sorry I don’t feel guilty for wearing my pants for 5 days and not washing them,” sophomore Matt Triviso apologized.
Fifth floor took us back with their High School Musical theme! “We’re All In This Together” and a live performance of “Breaking Free” filled the room with sweet nostalgia.
Sixth floor took it up a notch, creatively acting out the Pirates of the Caribbean theatrically; including live sword fights, a replica of the Black Pearl, and a beautiful violin performance by freshman Zachary Hoenecke.
Seventh floor concluded with their version of The Little Mermaid. There were black flips, Eric and Ariel strolling on the beach and performances about ‘kissing the girl.’
The men of Huntington ended the night singing “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes” in unison, but not without a reminder from President Beals saying “Even though I was 20, 37 years ago, I know what you’re thinking! Be good tonight!”