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Center Stage: Glee Club in New Albany, IN

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Glee Club

After a long bus trip down to New Albany, the men of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club arrive safely and begin set-up.


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Freshmen Matt Wildrick and Daniel Pinkis work diligently on taping down sound cables.


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Next is sound check with the Flashbacks, giving us a taste of the 70’s and 80’s.


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The guys let joy fill the hall with “Ambassadors of Song”.


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In honor of September 11th, the Glee Club opens the show with “America, We Arise”, an original piece in memory of 9/11, written by Assistant Director Ted Arthur.


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Lighthouse brings a little Gospel to New Albany, IN.


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Flashbacks takes the crowd on a time warp with “Copa Cabana”.


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Director Bill Griffel gets into the spirit of the music as the second half begins.


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The crowd goes to the movies as the men of the Glee Club bring Fall Cities their “Five-minute rendition of ‘The Wizard of Oz’.”


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Senior Stephen DeWitte shares a touching moment as he sings his Glee Club lavaliere to his mother.


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Sophomore Michael Eldridge helps finish the show with the Lee Greenwood favorite “God Bless the U.S.A.”.


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After the show, freshman Jordan Streveler observes the tradition of the White Carnation.


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Assistant Director Ted Arthur joins the crowd as he mingles with fans from the Purdue Club of Falls Cities. See you again next year!

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