Center Stage: Glee Club Camp Day 5
The guys get together for the last morning announcements of the week.
Some of the new men do some last minute reviewing of the music they have learned.
The Glee Club rhythm section worked hard and is ready to perform for the camp show.
Kaitlyn Tappenden learned a lot this week about operating the Glee Club's brand new sound board.
The 2013-2014 Glee Club does its first sound check to prepare for the camp show.
Sir of Properties, Daniel Pinkis, sings to the new sound board while practicing the runout.
Sir of Digital Media and Public Relations, Ryan Straut, distributes programs for the camp show.
The guys get in one last game of carpetball before the show.
Before the show, the guys get the buses loaded so we can get back to campus.
The guys assemble to listen to Director Bill Griffel's preshow comments.
After a long summer off, the glee club kicks of its 2013-2014 season with the camp performance.
The gentlemen previewed a new song, "Beautiful Day", by Michael Buble.
The Glee Club gospel quartet, "Lighthouse", performs during the camp show.
New man Ben Merrel sings during the runout, L.O.V.E.
Another freshman, Adam Tarko, sings during his first runout to the audience.
Ba Na Na sings their new song, "Poison Ivy."
The guys "get down on their knees, just to beg you one more time" during "Be My Baby Tonight."
The Purduettes join the guys at the end of the show to sing "There Will Always Be a Song" and "Hail Purdue" together.
After the camp show, the new men engage in the tradition of the "river run."
The new men toss Manager Nick Miller in for a refreshing dip.
Glee Club Managers Nick Miller and Max Showalter after their swim.