Center Stage: Glee Club in Monticello
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Freshman Caleb Buuck loads a riser before the Glee Club heads out to Monticello, IN.
Sophomore Jason Ban organizes his music on the short, early morning ride.
The Glee Club sang for two church services at Monticello United Methodist Church.
Glee Club director Bill Griffel talks to the men between services.
The gentlemen meet with members of the congregation and PMO fans between services.
Freshman Taylor Rice mingles in the narthex after the second service.
Afterwards, the guys enjoyed a wonderful meal with some friends of PMO, Barb and Taylor Johnson.
Assistant Director Ted Arthur helps set up before a show at Twin Lakes High School.
Sound Technician Travis Roon sets up the sound board.
Properties Sir Michael Blakley and sophomore Aaron Bourdage figure out how best to set up the stage.
The Boiler Boys get a warm up in before the show.
Ba-na-na get their microphones ready before their sound check.
Voiceovers run through Jay Sean’s “Down.”
The Glee Club stormed the auditorium with “Ambassadors of Song.”
The guys play to the audience during “Time to Begin.”
Senior Manager Jeremy Clifford performs with the guys at the high school he graduated from.
Flashbacks bring us back some “Old Time Rock and Roll.”
The gentlemen raid the aisles in search of audience members to sing to for “Life Could be a Dream.”
Jeremy Clifford takes the opportunity to lavaliere his girlfriend Marie in one of the Glee Club's most important traditions.