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Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club at Warren Performing Arts Center

Sunday, January 13, 2013

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The gentlemen of the Glee Club returned from Winter Break well rested, and departed from a cold and rainy West Lafayette on their first road show of the new semester.


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Upon arrival at the Warren Performing Arts Center, everyone rushed in to unload properties.


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Assistant Director, Ted Arthur, worked with the band and properties committee to make sure that everything was set up properly in order to provide the best sound for the group.


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New man Jordan Friend helped the Merchandise committee set up their station in the lobby.


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Also in the lobby, Voiceovers warmed-up before the sound check to make sure they were performance ready!


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Freshman sound technician, Kaitlyn Tappenden, works with members of the properties committee to connect the sound board to the proper audio equipment.


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After rehearsing in the lobby, Voiceovers and all of the other specialty groups sound check before the full group.


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The Glee Club gathered onstage for a warm-up and for instructions on how to enter and exit the stage.


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The group was dismissed to change into their tuxedos and made their way to the hall where they eagerly awaited the start of the show.


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After a powerful greeting with “Ambassadors of Song”, the gentlemen rocked the stage with “Life is a Highway”.


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As part of the “Indiana Medley”, two new men were featured. Junior Joel Sampson was first…


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…And freshman Maxx Wright followed.


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Sophomore Brandt Smith took the lead in “Shout Glory” as part of the Lighthouse quartet.


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The gentlemen made a strong finish to the first act with the crowd favorite, “Strike Up the Band”.


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Peter King, a sophomore from Houston, crooned to the Sinatra classic, “Come Fly with Me”.


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After Peter’s opening verse, the Glee Club raced into the audience to find a lucky lady to serenade.


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During halftime, Flashbacks and Ba-Na-Na both had the audience clapping along to their retro tunes.


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Sophomore Kirk Weathers and senior Jason Ban, helped to pump up Ba-Na-Na’s performance with some added instrumentals.


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Matt Hanauer soloed the classic tune, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”.


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The Glee Club got goofy with the song “Lambscapes”.


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Voiceovers performed a brand new arrangement of the song “Let Me Love You” by Ne-Yo.


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Senior Colin Smith closed the show with “God Bless the USA” and the group celebrated the 100th Anniversary of “Hail, Purdue!” before exiting the stage and returning back to campus.

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