PMO Note
Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club at Rossville High School

Friday, October 28, 2011

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Freshmen Peter King and Evan Philips help each other load risers into the bus.


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Men of the Glee Club transport properties into the auditorium.


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The risers committee begins riser setup immediately.


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Senior Jimmy O’Connor makes sure his headgear fits well for ‘Oklahoma’ before the show.


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Sophomore Max Showalter runs a cable to senior Roy Johnson and freshman Jordan Streveler.


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Flashbacks kicks off the sound check for specialties.


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Assistant director Ted Arthur accompanies and oversees the specialty warm up.


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Ba-Na-Na gets the exact sounds needed for a jungle-like environment while warming up for “The Lion King.”


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Assistant director, Ted Arthur helps out Voiceovers on challenging chords.


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Men of the Glee Club enjoy a great meal after setup and warm-up.


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The meal proves to be a good one, thanks to the hosts at Rossville.


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The show begins with “America We Arise.”


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The tenors claim to be the most important as they sing “The Glee Club.”


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Freshman Jacob Shapiro serenades an audience member during the run-out song, “When You’re Smiling.”


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Voiceovers entertain the audience with soothing harmonies.


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Seniors Jimmy O’Connor and Josh Getto perfom as part of the Flashbacks during the show.


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PMO director Bill Griffel receives compliments from audience members after the show.


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Freshman Jacob Shapiro poses for the camera with PVGC ever-supporting fan Mary Lou Waltz.


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Some of the audience members congratulate Assistant director Ted Arthur even when it was time to leave.

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