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Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club in Kendallville, IN

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

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The men of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club load up the buses for a long drive over to Kendallville, IN.


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The stage has to be set up quickly so that the Glee Club could do a warm-up and sound check before dinner.


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The gentlemen help to clean up after a delicious catered dinner of chicken and home-style potatoes.


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Bill gives the Glee Club a final pep-talk before they enter for the surround in the auditorium.


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The Glee Club entered with Ambassadors of Song, and opened the show with the September 11 tribute, "America, We Arise."


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Andrew James, the new drummer for the Varsity Glee Club, keeps the beat while communicating with Assistant Director, Ted Arthur, about the upcoming songs.


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The specialty group, Lighthouse, premiers a new piece titled "Sign Me Up."


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Sophomore Jay Josephson performs the run-out song, "When You're Smiling," to a very excited audience member.


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The gentlemen of the group have a chance to let loose during the upbeat song, "Sold," which is always a crowd favorite.


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Senior Lou Fenoglio portrays the Cowardly Lion while the Glee Club performed the hilarious, five minute version of "The Wizard of Oz."


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Bill Griffel thanks the host of the Noble County Concert Association for inviting the Glee Club back to perform after six years.


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The last song performed is "Strike Up the Band", an exciting number for both the audience and the gentlemen!


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After the show, each member of the Glee Club is graciously provided with a goodie-bag, thanks to the hosts and the Glee Club RRLT committee.


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Quickly tearing down and loading the bus, the Glee Club heads home for a good night’s sleep after a late night of singing.

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