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Center Stage:Glee Club in Connersville

Sunday, April 3, 2011

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The Glee Club loads the buses in preparation for their trip to Connersville, IN.


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The Properties Committee sets up the stage at Connersville High School.


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The Public Relations Sir Phoenix Lyons and sophomore Chris Soverns ensure that the programs are properly stuffed.


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After a quick sound check, the guys enjoyed a delicious lunch.


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Show time!  Glee Club Director Bill Griffel directs “When Good Men Sing” with the guys in surround.


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The guys rush onstage and start yet another exciting performance.


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Lighthouse gets the crowd into it with “True Light.”


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Assistant Director Ted Arthur and Senior David Pierrat provide accompaniment for the Glee Club.


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Boilerboys screech out their “Jersey Boys Medley.”


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Senior Charley Smith tells the story of the “Mississippi Squirrel.”


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Senior Jeremy Clifford leads the guys in “Time to Begin.”


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Members of Voiceovers sing “Paper Moon” during the “Nat King Cole Medley.”


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Sophomore Colton Withers sings the run out, “Slow Boat to China.”


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Voiceovers rock out with “Just the Way You Are.”


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Ba-na-na gets the crowd dancing with “Twist and Shout.”


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Senior David Wyant mourns the loss of his hand in “Star Wars.”


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Junior Tim Harris leads the Flashbacks in their “Journey Medley.”


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Connersville High School Alum, Freshman Michael Eldrige sings “Going Home.”


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The Connersville High School choirs joined the gentlemen on stage for “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “Hail Purdue.”  It was an excellent way to end a fantastic show.

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