Center Stage: Glee Club in Kokomo
Several New Men load the merchandise equipment on the bus before heading to Kokomo for a show.
New Man Taylor Reiff sets up a monitor at the venue.
Senior Jacob Ludwig practices his guitar playing before the show.
New Men Mark Spence, Jason Van Houten, and Chris Cho set up the choir mics.
Sophomore Matt Lancaster and Freshman Alex Adair enjoy a wonderful meal catered by Golden Corral.
Junior Mark Knight shares a laugh during dinner with Assistant Director Ted Arthur at dinner.
Meanwhile, the audience took their seats awaiting the show.
The men of the Glee Club did a quick change after dinner and waited to be called in to perform.
Once they entered, they surrounded the room with song.
The guys gathered on stage to sing “Time To Begin.”
Purdue Varsity Glee Club Director Bill Griffel tells some Halloween jokes during the show.
The Glee Club sings a wonderful arrangement of “All Through The Night.”
The Glee Club seniors lend their talents to percussion instruments on “Dry Bones.”
Senior Kokomo native Jimmy O’Connor laughs it up on the “Happy Wanderer” song.
Senior Ben Kline, also from Kokomo, sings the solo on the run-out song.
The guys scatter around the room and sing to the ladies of the audience.
The Glee Club runs off stage to sing “Happy Birthday” to a 100 year-old member of the audience.
After the show, the crowd disperses and mingles with the guys. Thanks to the Howard Regional Health System for bringing us back to Kokomo for our 25th year!