Congratulations to KU SigEp & Delta Gamma for their performance in the 2012 Rock Chalk Revue!

Rock Chalk Revue Theme: "Easier Said Than Done"

SigEp/DG Show Title: "A Note For You"

Awards: BEST Show! BEST Choreography! BEST Production Number! BEST Use of Theme/Script! BEST Lead Actress!

















 Replay of the entire SHOW - COMING SOON!


Congratulations to KU SigEp & Sigma Kappa for their performance in the 2010 Rock Chalk Revue!

• Best Pre-Show Video
• Best Performance by a Chorus
• Best Costumes
• Best Choreography
• Best Female Supporting Performance

KU selected for Rock Chalk Revue

Congratulations to KU SigEp on being selected for the 61st Annual Rock Chalk Revue!!!

Save the date March 4, 5, and 6th, 2010 at the Lied Center in Lawrence, KS. SigEp's show this year is "Meet Me In Candyland."

SigEp and Tri-Delt – Jayhawk Jackpot 2009

The Rock Chalk Revue tradition has been named one of the most compelling student run Philanthropy events in the United States. Each year thousands of dollars are raised for Douglas County United Way. The competitive process narrowed the houses to 5 duos for the 2009 "In the Nick of Time" show and the combination of hard work and talented directors allowed the SigEps and the Tri-Delts to be included in the five shows.


Little Prom on the Prairie — March, 2007

The undergraduate actives at KU SigEp scored big in the annual production of the Rock Chalk Revue benefit in March of this year. With sorority partners from Delta Gamma, the men won the Outstanding Video award for their pre-performance presentation of “Little Prom on the Prairie” and took home the most distinguished and accomplished award as the chapter raising the most money (about $5,000) and contributing the most community service hours toward Douglas County United Way. That’s what it’s all about, raising funds to support the United Way, so we’re very proud of this award. Way to go guys!

In addition, Delta Gamma senior Julie Kessinger and SigEp Brother Michael Garcia ’07 won for best supporting cast members and the RCR directors Tyler Kemp ’07, Brian Segebrecht ’07 and Adam Poole ’09 won the award for Best Performance Under Pressure with Technical Difficulties.

1990's Rock Chalk Revues

To Hell With Her

A Hair Raising Experience

Hold the Mold