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Center Stage: Glee Club Fall Break Tour Day 1

Friday, October 7, 2011

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Junior Robert Lechner is ready to get on the road for Fall Break!


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Sophomore Danny Hartman assists freshman Oluwaseun Onabanjo in loading the risers. Freshman Evan Phillips gets ready to load his riser next.


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The men of the Glee Club get to work right away when we arrive in Crown Point, IN. A good setup is the key to a phenomenal show.


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The women of Crown Point’s Bella Voce join the Glee Club for “Battle Hymn of the Republic."


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After setting up and rehearsing, the guys build up quite the appetite. Here Autumn Bucy, our Director of Alumni and Donor Relations, joins the gents for dinner.


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Sophomore Bryce Shaffer kicks off the show with “Time to Begin," a Ted Arthur original composition.


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Junior Jason Ban serenades his hometown crowd.


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Freshmen Kyle Ruschhaupt and Matt Mugumya entertain during the traditional run-out.


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The boys of Ba-Na-Na unchain a melody or two during half-time.


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The Tenor section bemoans not being able to go to Tosche Station for power converters during the Glee Club’s tribute to John Williams entitled “Star Wars."


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The Glee Club had a blast in Crown Point!


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Our first day of our first tour for 2011-2012! And what a great start it was. The properties committee had a quick and refreshing load onto the bus and we were off campus before the bell tower chimed 3:30. There’s a sense of excitement when you first pull out of Elliott’s driveway, ready for an extended tour, especially when the destination is a place as exciting as Chicago. In Crown Point the group harnessed and let loose that excitement to catapult ourselves into a great show. When I lay in the comfortable bed of a relaxing home stay, I thought to myself: "a bus ride with Star Trek, an invigorating properties setup and strike, and a show of enthusiastic success: how else would anyone want to jump into a fall tour?"

In Song,
Max Showalter

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