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Center Stage

Center Stage: Picnic with the Purduettes

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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What a beautiful day! The ladies are eager to host the first "Picnic with the Purduettes" on Slayter Hill. Here, the ladies run onstage to begin the show!


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After opening the show with a bang with the tune "It's Today/Tonight," the ladies strike a pose.


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The ladies get their groove on while Junior Allison Conrad displays her skill at beatboxing in the song, "Brand New You."


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The Purduettes are excited to showcase a new number, "Choreography." The song allows the ladies to express themselves through dance.


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Purduettes director Jeff Vallier conducts the ladies during the classic Purduette tune, "You Better Love Me."


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The ladies sing backups as senior Allie Rieth shows off her beautiful voice during her solo in "House of Love."


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Sophomore Kathryn Johnson dazzles the audience with her solo in "Hosanna."


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Sophomore Jenna Engelberth delivers a very entertaining serenade to a lucky audience member. Run-outs allow the ladies to get up close and personal with their admirers!


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The Flappers specialty charms the audience with their animated performance of 20's music.


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The Purduette Trio captivates their listeners with a beautiful and harmonious 40's sound.


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Junior Caroline LaDue and the rest of the Purduettes inspire the audience to join them in "I've Got the Music in Me."


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"Mathematics for me!" During the STEM song, the ladies pose while singing about their individual areas of study.


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Senior Marissa Williams does a wonderful job singing the enchanting solo to "Songbird" as the ladies look on.


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Junior Chrissy Kvachkoff and sophomore Jenna Engelberth inspire the audience with their solos during the revitalized Purduette song, "Distance You Have Come."


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The Purduettes are very grateful for such a wonderful audience! The attendees were able to enjoy gorgeous weather and a picnic while listening to the Purduettes entertain.


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To close out a great show, the Purduette new women sing the second verse of "Hail Purdue!" as the old women look on.

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