Center Stage: Glee Club at Columbus North High School
Freshman Jake Burris, and percussionist Andrew James worked together to help set up the drums and other equipment before the show in Columbus, IN.
Roy Johnson, a second-year member of the Properties Committee, tried his hand at supervising a set-up with some guidance from the properties sir, Aaron Bourdage.
Senior Ethan Lapham assumed the role of the sound technician at the Columbus show and assured that the Glee Club would have the perfect vocal balance across the group.
Assistant Director Ted Arthur prepped all of the specialties for an excellent show during their sound-check. One of the groups even managed to pull a little April Fool’s joke on him during their rehearsal!
Billy Thiedeman rocked out during the Flashbacks warm-up when they rehearsed the “Boston Medley."
The Glee Club turned out strong in a powerful opening of “Praise to the Lord” at the Columbus performance.
Matt Mugumya, a freshman from Avon, sang his first Glee Club solo during the “Indiana Medley”
Members of Ba-Na-Na had fun spelling out L-O-V-E during the fun and classy tribute to Nat King Cole!
During the run-out song, “Slow Boat to China," Matthew Lancaster serenaded a very lucky audience member.
The gentlemen got a little goofy as they pondered which voice part deserved the most attention in “The Glee Club”.
A very excited John Foerster slid into place for his chance to shine as the Tin Man in the “Wizard of Oz," but according to the narrator, “he did not sing a solo."
The gentlemen of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club finished the show with a standing ovation after performing “Strike Up the Band”. The group loaded the buses and headed back to campus after a busy weekend in song.