PMO Note
Center Stage

Center Stage:Glee Club Collaboration with the IU Singing Hoosiers

Saturday, February 5, 2011

IU Collaboration
The Glee Club arrives at Franklin Central High School well rested after their homestays.


IU Collaboration
Assistant Director Ted Arthur plays around on the piano while Junior Mark Knight and Senior Jeremy Clifford listen.


IU Collaboration
Dr. Michael Schwartzkopf leads the Indiana University Singing Hoosiers in a sound check before the evening show.


IU Collaboration
The gentlemen got a chance to meet members of the Singing Hoosiers onstage before combining to rehearse Battle Hymn of the Republic.


IU Collaboration
The guys enjoyed a fun-filled meal with some of the Singing Hoosiers.


IU Collaboration
The Singing Hoosiers took to the stage first to kick off the concert.


IU Collaboration
Then the Glee Club came on to end the show.


IU Collaboration
The guys tell the audience all about “Gary Indiana.”


IU Collaboration
Senior Ben Kline sings the solo for “Can’t Get Indiana Off my Mind.”


IU Collaboration
Freshman Michael Eldridge belts out the solo for “Banks of the Wabash.”


IU Collaboration
Flashbacks were the first specialty to go, getting funky with “Stayin’ Alive.”


IU Collaboration
Ba-na-na sings L-O-V-E during the Glee Club’s Nat King Cole Medley.


IU Collaboration
Senior Jacob Ludwig sings the run out, “Life Could be a Dream.”


IU Collaboration
Voiceovers perform Train's“ Hey Soul Sister” for an excited audience.


IU Collaboration
The Glee Club gets classical while Sophomore Robert Lechner performs the solo during “Lambscapes.”


IU Collaboration
The guy debuted their new rendition of “Strike up the Band.”


IU Collaboration
The song included choreography that had the guys form a Block P onstage.


IU Collaboration
“Strike up the Band” also included an 8-man stomp team that led the dance breaks.

 

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