Center Stage: Glee Club End of Season
Lighthouse warms up on Thursday prior to the show with the Sister Act version of "Salve Regina".
The men of the Glee Club gather around and discuss some last minute details before the start of the show.
The Glee Club finally takes the stage to start their End of Season concert.
The gentlemen sing William Byrd's "Mass for Five Voices", a piece they will perform in Notre Dame Cathedral.
The Glee Club sprints out into the audience during Keith Vandewalle's performance of "When You're Smiling".
Sophomore Matthew Wildrick and the rest of the group each find a lovely lady to sing to.
At halftime, Voiceovers takes the stage to sing some modern chart toppers.
Then, Ba Na Na and the Ba Nanettes take the stage to sing songs from Grease.
After halftime the gentlemen retake the stage to finish their set.
The Seniors come forward to sing their song request "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" by the Beatles.
Alumni of the Glee Club who are in the audience come up on stage to join in singing some classic Glee Club songs.
Flashbacks comes forward to sing songs by Foreigner and Elton John.
The seniors are presented with their canes and gather together to get a picture.
Ted Arthur is recognized for all of his hard work that helped shaped the Glee Club during his time as Assistant Director.
The whole group runs to the front of the stage for one last photo opportunity before the end of the show.
Senior Colton Withers closes off the show singing an audience favorite, "God Bless The USA".