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Center Stage: Glee Club Fall Break Tour, Day 3

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Glee Club

After arriving at Ford Dodge for the show, the Glee Club immediately gets to work unloading their tuxes and properties.


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Then, the properties committee rushes the properties inside and starts setting them all up.


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Meanwhile, Voiceovers heads over to the school gym next door to warm up and enjoy the acoustics of the room.


Glee Club

After setup concludes, Flashbacks takes the stage for their sound check.


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Bill even takes time to practice with the quartet for "Sure on This Shining Night."


Glee Club

Then, after the sound check concluded, the gentlemen of the Glee Club sit down for a wonderful meal to rejuvenate before the show.


Glee Club

:00 PM strikes, and the men of the Glee Club come running in to the venue ready to sing.


Glee Club

Director Bill Griffel starts the show by directing the piece "Ambassadors of Song."


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Then, the Glee Club runs to the stage for their new opener "It's a Beautiful Day," with junior Ryan Smith singing the solo.


Glee Club

The Glee Club then sings the piece "Sure on This Shining Night," taking advantage of the practicing they did on the piece during sound check.


Glee Club

Senior Nick Miller helps lighten the mood as he sings about the antics of a rampaging squirrel in the song "Mississippi Squirrel Revival."


Glee Club

Then, the Glee Club starts off the final half of the show with the song "Life is a Highway."


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A few songs later, the Glee Club takes a trip to the wonderful land of Oz in their retelling of "The Wizard of Oz."


Glee Club

Voiceovers then takes the stage performing the song "Lullaby" just as they had rehearsed earlier.


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Even after the show the singing doesn't stop, as the Glee Club sings one of their after show songs.

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