Crafthouse Schedule

The following schedule takes place at Crafthouse (Reston) with a start time of 8:00pm.

The following icons callout some allowable ways to visually and/or vocally enhance performances as seen in the Toolbox. If a theme does not display an icon, it is not allowed that week.

 1-Up  Costumes  Props  Stage Partner

Week 1 – January 24th, Regular Season Competition

Random Duets – Each team selects a person to sing for each round. A wheel is spun to determine that person’s partner in a duet. The partner selected may or may not be a member of that person’s team. After the selection process, the pair must collaborate to pic the best song for both singers. The final say goes to the original performer not the partner. Any song in the catalog may be used.

Week 2 – January 31st, Regular Season Competition

Degrees of Separation – Song choice from Round 1 must have a common artist with the song chosen for Round 2. Round 2 song choice must have a common artist with the song chosen for Round 3. The common artist does not have to be a singer. Members of the band/group (e.g. drummer, backup vocal, guitarists) are allowed in order to make connections. Round 2 will be the group round. Any song in the catalog may be used.

Week 3 – February 7th, Regular Season Competition

Wheel of Shtick – Teams will be assigned a theme via wheel spin the week before competition to be applied to all three rounds. Any song in the catalog may be used.

Week 4 – February 28th, Regular Season Competition

Free For All – All three rounds are group rounds. Any song in the catalog may be used.

Week 5 – March 7th, Regular Season Competition

Russian Roulette – Songs are submitted by members to create a playlist for the week. The Wheel for Tunes will determine a team’s song prior to their turn. The team will have five minutes to decide which teammate will perform the song selected.

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Performance Order
R Town Funk
Dirty Minors
All Wednesday’s Suck

Week 6 – March 14th, Regular Season Competition

That’s What She Said – All three songs must be lyrically innocent. Make them not so innocent by using costumes, lyric changes, or suggestive moves. Any song in the catalog may be used.

Performance Order
Dirty Minors
All Wednesday’s Suck
R Town Funk

Week 7 – March 21st, Regular Season Competition

White Elephant – Teams are “gifted” songs that they can keep or swap. Once the ceremony is over, teams will have five minutes to decide which teammate will perform the song selected.

Performance Order
All Wednesday’s Suck
R Town Funk
Dirty Minors

Week 8 – March 28th, Finals

Week 9 – April 4th, Season Wrap Up

This is where members get to relax and look back on the season while doing a little Free Sing!

Week 10 – April 10th (Tuesday @ Clarendon Grill), Karaoke Cup