Center Stage: Glee Club at Munster Center for Visual and Performing Arts
The Glee Club wakes up early to load the properties in the bus for a back-to-back performance day in Munster.
Max Showalter and future Sir of Properties, Daniel Pinkis, work together to arrange the stage.
After set up is complete, Ba-Na-Na takes the stage to warm up.
Voiceovers then runs through their songs for the first of the two shows.
Before the start of the first show, the Glee Club joins several guests for lunch. Many of them had come all the way from Grand Rapids, Michigan to see the show!
Starting the first show of the day, the gentlemen surround the audience with their powerful voices.
The Glee Club takes the stage and sings a collection of songs from the musical The Music Man.
Afterwards the group sings a set of songs about the state of Indiana, featuring soloist Seth Miller.
Lighthouse debuted their new song, "Salve Regina", from the movie, Sister Act.
Then the group sings a piece that they will sing often in Europe, Franz Biebl's "Ave Maria".
Sophomore Jake Burris comes down to the microphone to sing "Slow Boat to China".
Meanwhile freshman Grant Nice, as well as the rest of the group, find a lovely lady to serenade in the audience.
Junior Joel Sampson comes down to poke some fun at Glee Club's classical side with the solo from "Lambscapes".
The Glee Club finishes off their first show by singing their version of "Strike Up The Band".
After a short break and a dinner, the Glee Club is ready for the second show to start.
The gentlemen perform an energetic version of "Life is a Highway" to start the show.
The second show's set is entirely different from the show before, so any audience member would get a completely new experience at either performance.
The Glee Club Manager, Caleb Larsen, brings up his mother to present to her a lavaliere.
Starting the second half of the show, the Glee Club comes back on stage to finish their set of songs.
Finally, Senior Jason Ban brings up his mother to sing to her and give her his lavaliere. The gentlemen wrap up the show and after spending time with the guests in the lobby, head back to West Lafayette.