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Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club in Washington D.C. and Maryland Day 1

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Glee Club

Glee Clubbers rush off the bus after a long overnight drive to Maryland, and start to unload equipment for the upcoming show.


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The properties committee is in full swing as they set up risers and the sound equipment in a frenzy of action and energy.


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After setup, the Glee Club takes some time to relax before their show, and spend some time in a nearby library.


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Other clubbers relax backstage, joking around, and spending some quality time with their fellow brothers in song.


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Drummer Andrew James is pumped up to be back in his home state of Maryland.


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Both Kirk Weathers and Jason Ban, the Glee Club’s rhythm section, take a little time to tune their instruments.


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Ted Arthur, the assistant director of the Glee Club, practices with the specialty group “Flashbacks” by both playing the accompaniment on the piano, and singing along.


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The members of the Glee Club sing out with pride and enthusiasm during their short sound check.


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Finally, the Glee Club takes to the stage to the tune of “Life is a Highway”, excited and thrilled to be performing after such a long trip.


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Following their opening number, the Glee Club changes tone, and performs the spiritual “The Creation”


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Senior Roy Johnson performs “Behold the Lord High Executioner”.


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The Glee Club rushes off stage to sing “Life Could be a Dream” to some of the lovely ladies of their audience.


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Coming back onstage, the Glee Clubs hams it up during their rendition of “Lambscapes”.


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To finish off the performance, Therese Thiedeman, the mother of a recent Glee Club alum, is invited up to the stage to receive a small gift of thanks from the Glee Club.

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